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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.
The moves comes as both Prime Minister Abadi and the Iraqi Supreme Court rebuked the Kurdish government.
“We will have changes in trade policy,” Robert Lighthizer promised.
Once a uniquely American political cult, now the LaRouche movement can't get enough of Beijing.
The Icelandic prime minister’s links to a convicted rapist have once again put the democracy’s accountability to the test.
Suicide rates for veterans climb to "staggering" proportions.
The message of this gloomy episode in the “Vietnam” min-series is that by 1963 the Vietnam War was in a downward spiral and doomed to failure no matter what else happened.
By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Trump to the U.N. On the eve of a critical U.N. General Assembly meeting that kicks off on Monday, leaders from around the world have prepared their own strategies for how to handle President Donald Trump’s America first agenda as the White House beats the war drums in...
With tensions worsening between the two countries, Russia’s massive military exercise is firing a couple thousand warning shots at a reluctant ally.
Friends and rivals alike press administration to embrace multilateral diplomacy on climate change, Iran and North Korea.
A father and son sentenced to 10 years for alleged ‘collusion’ with the United States were denied a fair trial.
The U.S. Secretary of State will sit down for the first time with Javad Zarif and other key dignitaries as the Trump administration weighs killing the Iran nuclear pact.
The Icelandic prime minister’s links to a convicted rapist has once again put the democracy’s accountability to the test.
Mischaracterizations, bad math, and outright falsehoods are imperiling the U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade deal — and endangering hundreds of thousands of American jobs.
The government has several options.
U.S. officials care deeply about collateral damage and make every effort to investigate claims, which is why there has never been a more precise air campaign in the history of armed conflict.