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White House shooting: Man suffers 'self-inflicted wound'   A man is reported to have shot himself outside the White House in Washington, the US Secret Service says   US metal tariffs: Mexico and Canada may be exempt   The White House says there could be exemptions to US plans to impose tariffs on metal imports, in a softening of its tough stance Secretary of state Rex Tillerson fired by Trump
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Trump 'looking forward' to interview by special counsel  President Donald Trump has said he is 'looking forward' to being interviewed in an investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the US ele... President 'tried to fire Robert Mueller'   Donald Trump ordered the firing of special counsel Robert Mueller last June, only to back down when his own White House lawyer threatened to... State of the Union: Trump hails 'new American moment'  A bullish US President Donald Trump has proclaimed a 'new American moment' as he delivered his maiden State of the Union speech to Congress Democrats say firing special counsel could cause crisis  Senior Democrats have warned Trump not to use a controversial memo as a pretext to fire the special counsel investigating alleged Russian in... US budget vote delay as senator foresees 'spending oblivion'   The US government is poised for another shutdown after a senator held up a budgetary vote by accusing Congress of 'spending us into oblivion... Sorensen becomes second Trump aide to quit amid abuse claims   A speechwriter has become the second White House aide this week to resign amid allegations of domestic abuse Trump: Lives are being 'destroyed' by allegations   President Donald Trump says lives are being 'destroyed by mere allegation' after two White House aides quit amid accusations of domestic abu... Trump warns Israel that settlements 'complicate' peace hopes   US President Donald Trump has said Israeli settlements 'complicate' the peace process with Palestinians and urged 'care' over the issue Trump steel tariffs: Trading partners threaten retaliation
  Trump threatens stop to Palestinian aid over Jerusalem row  The US may stop aid payments to Palestinians who are 'no long willing to talk peace', President Trump said Ex-aide Bannon has lost his mind - Trump  The president disavowed Bannon after he was quoted in a new book describing a meeting between Trump's son and Russians as 'treasonous'   Trump: Wolff book on US administration is 'full of lies'   Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House by Michael Wolff was due out on Tuesday but publication was advanced to Friday   Bannon says 'treason' remark not directed at Trump Jr   Steve Bannon, Donald Trump's former chief strategist, has tried to reverse remarks in which he called the president's son Donald Jr 'treason... Trump lawyers 'in talks over Mueller interview' Trump cancels London visit over 'bad' embassy deal   Trump must apologise for comments - African Union   The organisation has demanded that US President apologise after he reportedly called nations on the continent 'shitholes' Trump takes on Dick Durbin over 'racial slur' US shutdown: Trump and Democrats blame each other US shutdown ends as Congress passes bill

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  The US government partial shutdown is ending after Republicans and Democrats voted for a temporary funding bill

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  The main trading partners of the US have reacted angrily after President Trump announced plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminium imports
  Sacked US Secretary of State has warned of Russia's 'troubling behaviour and actions' in a parting statement after being fired by President Trump
Mar.15     In joint statement, world leaders agree Russia behind nerve agent attack
  Trump, Macron, Merkel and May said they 'abhor' the attack against Skripal, 66, and his 33-year-old daughter, Yulia, in Salisbury on March 4
Mar. 26     Trump expelling 60 Russian diplomats in wake of UK nerve agent attack
  The United States, European Union countries, Canada and Ukraine expelled more than 100 Russian diplomats on Monday

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Apr. 2   White House criticises China for $3bn tariffs
Map of White House USA  The White House has criticised China after it imposed retaliatory tariffs against the US on a range of goods including pork and wine Apr. 11   Facebook's Zuckerberg says his data was harvested  Facebook's chief executive has revealed that his data was among that harvested in a privacy scandal   US House Speaker Paul Ryan to retire   Ryan will not run for re-election this year, in a big blow to Republicans with mid-term elections looming

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