The White House said today President Trump supports the bill working its way through Congress to toughen sanctions on Russia for meddling in last year's election and for its military aggression...
JUDY WOODRUFF: On July the 7th, President Trump sat down for a highly anticipated meeting with Russia's President Vladimir Putin at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany.
The United Nations has called it the worst humanitarian crisis since 1945, and, just today, the lead editorial in The Washington Post called it the worst crisis you have never heard of.
JUDY WOODRUFF: President Trump arrived in Paris today for talks with French President Emmanuel Macron, with the aim of strengthening the alliance between the two countries.
JUDY WOODRUFF: As we noted earlier, the issue of Russian meddling figured into the Senate confirmation hearing today for Christopher Wray, the nominee to be the next FBI director.
It's the latest revelation in the story that's consumed much of the Trump presidency so far: the Russian meddling in the 2016 election. And this time, it involves the president's son.
Just over three years ago, ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi ascended the pulpit of Mosul's grand mosque and proclaimed an ISIS caliphate, or Islamic state, stretching from Iraq to Syria.