Actually, both "talking with" and "talking to" are perfectly valid American English. Some people like to maintain a distinction where "talking with somebody" is when you both talk in good faith with no motive but entertainment or sharing information, whereas "talking to somebody" is when you dominate the conversation and use it as an attempt to resolve an issue you have with the other party.
I don't like talking with my father = I don't like chatting with him about random things.
I don't like talking to my father. = I don't like resolving conflicts with him through confrontation.