Tracy Wilkinson, The Union-Tribune

Tracy Wilkinson

The Union-Tribune

Washington, DC, United States

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  • The Union-Tribune
  • Los Angeles Times
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  • Orlando Sentinel
  • Hartford Courant
  • chicagotribune.com
  • Sun Sentinel
  • The Denver Post
  • The Morning Call

Recent articles by Tracy:

Trump says U.S. will cut ties with WHO, sanction China for Hong Kong crackdown

President Trump said Friday the U.S. would pull out of the World Health Organization and threatened to revoke financial benefits afforded to Hong Kong, to sanction Beijing for its crackdown there. → Read More

Trump likely to slap limited sanctions on China over Hong Kong crackdown

U.S. advisors are debating sanctions against China for its crackdown on Hong Kong, but Trump appears to be leaning toward a limited response. → Read More

Amid ethics inquiries, Pompeo faces crucial decision on Senate race

Would a campaign spare Pompeo from scrutiny - or expose him to further investigations? He has a Monday deadline to decide whether to run for Senate. → Read More

Pompeo makes quick trip to Israel to strategize over Iran, Palestinians and China

Secretary of State's visit to Israel for strategy meetings is also seen as an endorsement of Israel's plan to annex a large part of the West Bank. → Read More

Pompeo travels to Israel to give U.S. blessing to annexation of West Bank land

Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo travels to Israel to bestow the U.S.' blessing on its proposed annexation of West Bank land. → Read More

U.N. nearly triples its coronavirus fundraising goal to $6.7 billion

The U.N. triples its fundraising target for fighting the coronavirus, even as President Trump plans to freeze U.S. aid to its principal health agency. → Read More

U.S. implicates Honduran president in drug trafficking as it seeks his help on immigration

U.S. prosecutors accused a former commander of the Honduran police of importing tons of cocaine into the United States on behalf of the country's president, a Trump ally. → Read More

Congress looks at options to punish China over the coronavirus outbreak

Republican lawmakers, determined to punish China for concealing early data on the coronavirus outbreak, are proposing ways to turn up the heat. → Read More

Trump offers ventilators to some Central American countries

The Trump administration appears to be conditioning coronavirus assistance in Central America on immigration policy → Read More

With coronavirus raging, are Trump and Iran moving toward confrontation again?

Trump grappling with how to rein in Iran's latest provocations. → Read More

Global response to coronavirus stymied by lack of leadership from the U.S. and Trump

In combating the coronavirus pandemic, Trump's America-first policies and testy relations with other leaders contributed to a lack of coordination. → Read More

Trump administration designates Russian white supremacist group as terrorist organization

The Russian Imperial Movement is labeled a terrorist organization. Trump has been criticized for downplaying white nationalist violence in the U.S. → Read More

Iran, Venezuela and other U.S. foes fight coronavirus amid American sanctions

As the coronavirus spreads, the Trump administration resists pressure to ease sanctions on countries fighting the disease. → Read More

News Analysis: The new U.S. hope for replacing the president of Venezuela: Coronavirus

Venezuela is woefully unprepared for coronavirus. The Trump administration sees that as another chance to remove President Nicolas Maduro. → Read More

Justice Department indicts Venezuela President Maduro on drug trafficking charges, official says

U.S. prosecutors are expected to say Venezuelan leaders took a major stake in the drug trade in hopes of helping rebels in neighboring Colombia. → Read More

Trump administration ratchets up advisory: Avoid international travel

The administration issued its strongest advisory Thursday on travel overseas, urging Americans not to travel internationally and encouraging those abroad to return home. → Read More

China to expel U.S. journalists at New York Times, Washington Post and Wall Street Journal

China says it will revoke the credentials of Americans at three U.S. newspapers in response to new U.S. restrictions on Chinese media amid recriminations over coronavirus. → Read More

Mexico, Latin America gear up for next phase of coronavirus threat

El Salvador bars the entry of all foreigners. Guatemala bans visitors from the U.S. and elsewhere. Mexico closes schools after criticism of its response. → Read More

Global diplomacy becomes the latest casualty of coronavirus outbreak

With his "America first" approach to foreign policy, Trump and his team may find themselves ill-equipped for global coordination in the fast-growing crisis. → Read More

Trump limits number of Chinese journalists in U.S., in retaliation

Trump administration orders Chinese media groups to dismiss 60 U.S.-based Chinese nationals, following China's expulsion of three American journalists. → Read More