Only ‘Probably’ Time’s Person of the Year? No Thanks, Trump Tweets

After phone calls with world leaders and a golf outing with Tiger Woods, the president had time to revisit a favorite grievance: the selection of person of the year.

U.S.-Turkey Visa Standoff Disrupts Business and Tourism

As the diplomatic dispute lingers, Turks and Americans are struggling with the effects, and the United States is demanding protection for its consular staff.

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.

Mueller Seeks White House Documents on Flynn

Investigators have also questioned witnesses about whether Michael T. Flynn was secretly paid by the Turkish government in the final months of the 2016 presidential campaign.

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.