World in 2:00

World in 2:00
President Trump addresses the U.N. General Assembly. September 19, 2017. UN Photo/Mark Garten

Trump downplayed the value of collective problem-solving, arguing instead for countries to look after their own interests.
UN Secretary-General António Guterres greets President Trump and Ambassador Nikki Haley. September 18, 2017. UN Photo/Rick Bajornas

President Trump paid his first visit to the United Nations and praised the organization for beginning a complex reform process.

The UN says some 400,000 people have fled a violent military campaign Asian nation of Myanmar in recent weeks, with most seeking shelter in neighboring Bangladesh.

Negotiators from Canada, Mexico and the U.S. formally began talks to update the 23-year-old free trade deal on Wednesday.

The Chinese and Indian militaries are increasingly on edge as a border dispute in the Himalayas shows few signs of abating.

China says it will start blocking North Korean exports included in recent U.N. Security Council as early as Tuesday, weeks before they're mandated to do so.

Chinese troops deploy to the country's first overseas military base, Rex Tillerson tries shuttle diplomacy to ease the Qatar crisis, and a near miss at SFO.

President Trump's scheduled visit to the UK is postponed until 2018, and a South Korean lawmaker says North Korea's missile test was less than it appeared.

The Trump administration commits $639 million to address famine in four countries, and Ukraine seeks to speed up the NATO membership process.

The E.U. and Japan stole the headlines at the G20 summit on Thursday, showing off a brand new free trade deal that sizes up with NAFTA is scope and scale.