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State-owned outlets are prohibited from broadcasting the steamy Latin hit.
It should be patently clear to everyone that the president does not want an independent Justice Department.
Billed as a landmark operation, U.S. law enforcement strikes at dark web drug dealers.
The optics might not be great, but the oil giant can shrug off the relatively small monetary fine.
To fight the wars to come, the transatlantic alliance is going to need to start spending more — but not on tanks and fighter jets.
Bombing raids on schools, hospitals, and markets have made daily life dangerous for Yemen’s youngest residents.
It costs more to maintain the Pentagon’s military bands than to operate the al Udeid base
The Republican senator reflects the better aspects of what our democratic system can produce.
Can the president’s nominee for FBI Director be heard over the noise that surrounds him?
In the new issue of Prism magazine, General Stanley McChrystal, U.S. Army (Ret.) offers two warnings. Both are kind of hair-raising.
Putin’s government owns properties scattered around D.C. What do they all do?
With Adam Rawnsley “Putin won in Syria.” In a move with huge implications for the war in Syria, President Trump has decided to shut down the CIA’s covert program to arm and train groups of Syrian rebels fighting the government of Bashar al-Assad, U.S. officials tell the Washington Post. The move — long sought...
Critics fear the next generation of foreign policy talent could wither on the vine as State slashes fellowships.
The new security measures spark clashes between Palestinians and Israeli forces.
With the country's health services decimated by conflict, cholera is raging through the civilian population.
A debate in Poland’s parliament over a contentious judiciary law has shocked the country.
Just in time for Trump’s big push against Chinese steel imports.
John Sullivan may have already won over Foggy Bottom, but Congress is another matter.
The United States slips behind France and the U.K. in this year’s soft-power ranking.
The administration has resorted to slippery statements and obfuscations, but the truth is closing in around it.