Kim Hjelmgaard, USA TODAY

Kim Hjelmgaard

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Berlin, Germany

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  • Knoxville News Sentinel
  • WGRZ
  • Enquirer
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  • Naples Daily News
  • North Jersey News
  • argusleader
  • WKYC Channel 3 News
  • ABC10
  • Statesman Journal
  • Lansing StateJournal
  • The Asbury Park Press NJ
  • Indianapolis Star
  • Detroit Free Press
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Recent articles by Kim:

Pence: United States will 'hold Russia accountable'

Pence's Munich Security Conference speech aimed at reassuring European allies about Trump's foreign policy. → Read More

Russian lawmakers: Flynn pushed out to hurt Russia-U.S. relations

Russian lawmakers question why Michael Flynn resigned. → Read More

Challenge to Germany's Merkel is from the far right — and left

Angela Merkel's vulnerabilities are not confined to the anti-establishment, political right. → Read More

Senate confirms Tom Price as new health secretary

Senators approved Price to head the Health and Human Services Department by a strictly party-line 52-47 vote. → Read More

What do Europeans think of Muslim immigration? Majority agree with Trump

Study shows most Europeans would applaud measures similar to Trump's travel ban. → Read More

Alleged gang rape shown on Facebook shocks Sweden

Two of the three suspects were born in Afghanistan. → Read More

White House says media failed in its coverage of these 78 terror attacks

The White House released the list to support assertions by President Trump. → Read More

Kellyanne Conway invents 'Bowling Green massacre' to defend refugee ban

Kellyanne Conway used the inaccurate phrase to defend President Trump's refugee ban. → Read More

Kellyanne Conway invents 'Bowling Green massacre' to defend refugee ban

Kellyanne Conway used the inaccurate phrase to defend President Trump's refugee ban. → Read More

Amid hacking fears, Dutch to use pen, paper for vote

The Dutch government will manually count all votes in its March 15 election. → Read More

Iraq pushes back with 'reciprocity measure' against Trump's ban

An association that represents 57 Muslim-majority countries expressed "grave concern" that Trump's executive order banning refugees and citizens from seven of its members from traveling to the U.S. will "embolden the radical narratives of extremists" and provide further fuel for "advocates of violence and terrorism." → Read More

World weighs in on Trump ban with rebukes and praise

Many populist leaders in Europe hail Trump's ban on millions of Muslims to U.S. → Read More

World weighs in on Trump ban with rebukes and praise

Many populist leaders in Europe hail Trump's ban on millions of Muslims to U.S. → Read More

Kremlin: Trump, Putin to speak by phone Saturday

The phone call between the U.S. and Russian leader is highly anticipated. → Read More

Kremlin: Trump, Putin to speak by phone Saturday

The phone call between the U.S. and Russian leader is highly anticipated. → Read More

So 'special': Britain's May warms up for Trump talks

Theresa May gives a speech in Philadelphia on Thursday. → Read More

Brits bringing Trumps apple juice, cookies, a drinking cup

Theresa May becomes the first world leader to hold face to face talks with Trump. → Read More

British court rules Parliament must have say on Brexit law

Prime Minister Theresa May wanted to enact Article 50 without a parliamentary vote. → Read More

Optimism, uncertainty as Davos crowd waits for Trump

In Davos, "everyone is very keen to understand what Trump has in mind." → Read More

At Davos, Britain's May tries to reassure those nervous about Brexit

Theresa May spoke at the World Economic Forum on Thursday. → Read More