Shinzō Abe and Donald Trump sitting on a white couch in front of flags (© Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Images)

Trump, Japan’s Abe stand in solidarity

President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe are united on how to deal with North Korea and agree that a nuclear North Korea cannot be tolerated. They also pledge to work for free and fair trade.
Illustration of person standing at potted plant with hose someone else has shut off (State Dept./Doug Thompson)

Foreign investors wanted, but security comes first

No country welcomes more foreign companies than the United States. They create nearly 7 million jobs. But the U.S. also seeks to ensure foreign countries don't get hold of technology that threatens national security.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (© Cliff Owen/AP Images)

Crown prince’s visit shows breadth of U.S.-Saudi relationship

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has crisscrossed America on a trip showcasing the closeness of U.S.-Saudi economic and security ties.
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U.S. helps Venezuelans in Colombia

A new $2.5 million initiative will help provide food and medical care to hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans who have fled poverty, hunger and tyranny.
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Trump acts to rebalance the U.S.-China trade relationship

President Trump signed an order proposing increased tariffs on designated Chinese imports to address unfair trade practices that threaten U.S. intellectual property rights.
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U.S. charges Iranians in massive international hacking scheme

Iranian hackers linked to the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps broke into computer systems of more than 300 universities worldwide and stole valuable research, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
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U.S. set to become world’s top oil producer

The United States is expected to produce more oil than any other country in the world by 2023, thanks to new technologies.
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How U.S. aid avoids ‘debt-trap diplomacy’

Sometimes foreign loans and investment come with strings attached.
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In photos: U.S.-Africa business partnerships flourish

Check out these U.S.-Africa business partnerships that have helped to increase trade between the U.S. and Africa by $10 billion since 2000.