The storm around the visit by John R. Bolton, the American national security adviser, to Turkey showed how far apart the countries are on how to handle a U.S. withdrawal from Syria. Our top photos from the past week.
The State Department plans to pay for a conference in Washington for all its chiefs of mission while most of its employees go without pay. Agenda, a news service owned by The Financial Times, published an interview with someone claiming to be Mr. Moonves shortly after he was fired as chief executive of CBS. A massive winter storm hit the U.S. Rockies and Plains on Friday then punched east, with snow set to assault a 1,800-mile (1,609 km) corridor through the weekend, creating transportation "havoc" in the middle of the country.
Katie Gould missed her flight from HartsfieldJackson Atlanta International Airport but decided to make the most of her four hour wait until the next plane and dance around the building. At age 29, McIlroy is trying hard to make his life more than just an extension of the golf course. He seems to be succeeding. Federer and his partner, Belinda Bencic, beat Williams and Frances Tiafoe in mixed doubles. It was first time Federer and Williams have competed against each other. Apple's first sales warning in nearly 12 years sent European shares sliding on Thursday, with the tech sector particularly badly bruised as chipmakers that supply the iPhone maker fell sharply.
Theresa May has promised to get new reassurances from Brussels on the Irish border backstop element of the divorce deal could not become a permanent solution. Website URL: