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The 2017 race for Chief Executive was supposed to be a watershed exercise in democracy. Instead, it may be a coronation.
Instead of making slash and burn cuts at State, a top-to-bottom review is needed.
U.N. officials hope former South Carolina governor, David Beasley, can persuade his D.C. friends to spare the food agency from the White House budget axe.
The chairman and ranking member of the intelligence committee are again at loggerheads, reinforcing calls for an independent investigation.
But New York can.
A busy week for Le Pen as she juggles offending Chadians and posing with Putin.
The forces liberating Mosul are fighting each other, and opening the door to an Islamic State resurgence.
On its 60th anniversary, a troubled EU should take inspiration from one of its greatest inheritances: gloomy German philosophy.
I think this Russia story is never going to go away.
I wondered what the Royal Canadian Chaplain Service could do as a gesture of solidarity for Muslims who had experienced the death of six of their own.
At sea, even.
Hill Wants New Iran Sanctions; Mosul Air Assault Numbers; China’s Island Weapons Don’t Mean Anything; Saudi and China Get Together on Drones
New reports rattle the White House, as congressional and FBI investigations gain momentum -- but can institutions survive the stress test?
If you really want to understand how Moscow sees U.S. intelligence, turn off the congressional hearings and start watching “Adaptation.”
Artemis Sorras is a self-professed trillionaire, former NBA player, and aerospace genius who is persuading Greeks he can save their country. One small problem: he’s on the lam.
There's a short window to make peace in this long-running feud.
Lukashenko has long played Russia and the West off each other. But this time he’s trying to play Belarus.
The president is ready to scrap Obama’s climate change measures.
No laptops, says U.S. government? No problem, says Royal Jordanian.
Ukrainian President Poroshenko blames state terrorism by Russia; Kremlin spokesperson Peskov says that’s “absurd.”