Trump stokes anti-Muslim sentiment; censured in US, abroad


WASHINGTON (AP) — Stoking the same anti-Islam sentiments he fanned on the campaign trail, President Donald Trump on Wednesday retweeted a string of inflammatory videos from a fringe British political group purporting to show violence being committed by Muslims.

  • Written by By CATHERINE LUCEY and JILL LAWLESS , Associated Press

AP FACT CHECK: Anti-Muslim videos misrepresent what happened


WASHINGTON (AP) — Like much other propaganda, the anti-Muslim videos spread around by President Donald Trump mix grains of truth, fakery and shades in between, overlaid with a message meant to be a blunt hammer blow for a cause.

  • Written by By CALVIN WOODWARD , Associated Press

UK's May criticizes 'wrong' Trump tweets, but visit still on


LONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister Theresa May insisted Thursday that she is not afraid to criticize a key ally, saying U.S. President Donald Trump's retweets of a "hateful" far-right group were "the wrong thing to do."

  • Written by By JILL LAWLESS , Associated Press

AP source: Kushner questioned by Mueller's team about Flynn

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner has been questioned by special counsel Robert Mueller's team of investigators about former national security adviser Michael Flynn, a person familiar with the investigation confirmed to The Associated Press.

  • Written by By ERIC TUCKER and CHAD DAY , Associated Press

What North Korean photos say about new ballistic missile

TOKYO (AP) — North Korea released dozens of photos Thursday of the Hwasong-15, a new intercontinental ballistic missile it claims can reach any target in the continental United States. The photo dump, published in the paper and online editions of the ruling party's official daily, is a gold mine for rocket experts trying to parse reality from bluster.


  • Written by By ERIC TALMADGE , Associated Press