Turkey’s President Assails U.S.-Trained Kurdish Border Force

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey criticized a proposed American-trained force that could put thousands of Kurdish militia on the Turkish border.

Tillerson Takes Offense at Claims of Hollowing Out State Department

Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson was offended by accusations that he has hollowed out his department, even though he wants to cut its budget by a third.

Why a New York Court Case Has Rattled Turkey’s President

The Turkish government has dismissed telephone recordings as fabrications concocted by treasonous adversaries. But United States prosecutors have taken a different view.

Turkish President Assails U.S. Over Charges Against His Guards

The authorities announced that they had charged 12 Turkish security personnel and four other American and Canadian civilians in connection with an attack on protesters.

Turkish Guards Will Be Charged in Embassy Protest, Officials Say

Members of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s security detail are to face misdemeanor and felony counts in an attack on protesters in Washington last month.