Xi reportedly said it was important that discussions be conducted on an equal footing, but that both would 'lose by fighting'.
US leader says tariff threat led to Mexican immigration deal, but some business leaders criticize his tactics.
As anniversary of government's June 4, 1989 rout of pro-democracy demonstrators is ignored in Beijing, embassy in US slams Pompeo's salute of "heroes" of protest movement as "an affront to the Chinese people".
Hundreds of freedom protesters were killed, but defense minister says the central government 'needed to quell' seven weeks of demonstrations.
China accuses US of 'naked economic terrorism' in imposing new tariffs on billions of dollars worth of products sent to United States.
Beijing retaliates after Trump imposed higher levies on Chinese goods sent to US.
Pompeo: 'We still believe there's an opportunity' to reach a denuclearization deal.
National security adviser John Bolton says US monitors North Korea 'constantly,' but refuses to assess commercial satellite imagery suggesting Pyongyang assembling a new rocket.
President Trump touted Foxconn's factory plans, but now company says it will instead invest in research hub.
Congressional report says one million Uighurs and other Muslim ethnic minorities have been detained in 'political reeducation' camps.
National security adviser John Bolton says US wants performance, not rhetoric from Pyongyang
An analyst called the move an 'important first step towards fulfilling a commitment' made by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during his summit with Trump in Singapore.
But US leader singles out Germany for its gas pipeline deal with Russia.
Talks might be held Sunday on repatriating remains of American soldiers killed in the 1950s conflict.
Trump says North Korea is no longer a nuclear threat,' but summit the Singapore agreement does not spell out terms of ending Pyongyang's nuclear program.
South Korea supports 'big framework,' but looks to understand Trump decision to end joint Washington-Seoul military exercises.
Visit comes as US is battling opioid abuse emergency that is killing more than 60,000 people annually.
Tough negotiations lie ahead as North Korea has rejected unilateral disarmament, calling instead for complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.
Details of pact are still being worked out, but US news accounts say that as part of accord ZTE could pay additional penalties beyond $1.2 billion fine.