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Families of Americans held in Iran appeal to White House to talk to Tehran.
General says the bombers are ready.
We've never known more about oncoming atrocities, but are still mostly helpless to stop them.
Urging states to act uncompromisingly in their self-interest is actually not in America’s national interest.
Instead of giving President Joseph Kabila a free pass to cling to power, world leaders should endorse a plan to replace him.
Most presidents struggle in their first year as commander-in-chief. But Donald Trump got tired of winning before he started.
Hint: It has to do with mining the oceans for riches.
People anticipating a swift end to this drama should temper their expectations.
The number is declining because policing efforts are improving, company says.
In his inaugural speech before the General Assembly, Trump rails against “wicked” states, “embarrassing” deals, and “loser” terrorists.
Here’s an exchange Defense Secretary James Mattis had with reporters yesterday about tactical nuclear weapons.
Episode 3 forgets how the U.S. neglected greater cooperation with South Vietnam at great cost.
But eight months in, the U.S. president is still playing nice with Israel — thanks to a moribund peace process.
The war-weary country isn’t enthusiastic about its president, but desperate for a return to normalcy.
By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Trump, meet the U.N. President Donald Trump plans to call Islamic militants “losers” in his first address before the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday morning, and administration officials told reporters that he’ll also take a hard line on North Korea and apply pressure on Iran to give up its ballistic...
The president delivers his first U.N. address Tuesday. Which version of Trump will show up—the bully or the dealmaker?
Trump’s looser authorities for airstrikes have unleashed huge increases in ordnance in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria.
The winner of the battle for Britain's future, and Tory leadership, is already in its history books.
The president's U.N. bashing was unusually restrained a day ahead of his much-anticipated address to the General Assembly
Eradication and interdiction are not foreign impositions, but essential pillars of any counternarcotics strategy, augmenting and working in concert with prevention and treatment-oriented policies.