General says the bombers are ready.
General says the bombers are ready.
The number is declining because policing efforts are improving, company says.
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 ...
Trump’s looser authorities for airstrikes have unleashed huge increases in ordnance in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria.
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.
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 ...
The Icelandic prime minister’s links to a convicted rapist have once again put the democracy’s accountability to the test.
Conflict and climate change are among the drivers.
New weapons are in the mix of options being considered.
Khartoum hopes to get a permanent lifting of sanctions now that it’s playing ball with Washington in the fight on terror.
Manning, the transgender former soldier who leaked thousands of diplomatic cables, lost her honorary title.
By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Kim’s missiles. North Korea fired another ballistic missile over Japan on Friday, issuing another direct challenge to Washington, ...
The probe of the USS John S. McCain collision will be a model for future investigations.
The trick this time will be to secure a ceasefire for Idlib province.
Military and State spokespeople say they are aware of reports.
Most foreign-policy experts agree the former oilman is doing his job wrong.
Mexican approval of the United States is the lowest it has been in over a decade, but many still want to move to America.
By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Iran day. Today’s the day President Donald Trump decides whether to again waive economic sanctions against Iran, something ...
The Russian firm’s products have been deemed an 'unacceptable risk.'
Also, two U.S. consulates are losing their parking spaces.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu redoubles Israeli support for Iraqi Kurds’ upcoming independence referendum.
But what does entering a country without documents mean for his case?
By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Putin wanted to make up. Russian President Vladimir Putin offered the Trump administration a sweeping proposal to reset ...
An army of contractors and subcontractors in Eastern Europe is working to supply America’s sprawling — and legally questionable — anti-Islamic State campaign in Syria.
By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Trump and Iran. The White House national security team has reportedly drawn up the outlines of a new policy ...
Fighters from opposite camps converge on the ISIS stronghold of Deir Ezzour — with potentially explosive consequences.
Washington opts for tepid rhetoric and behind-the-scenes diplomacy rather than confronting Myanmar over what some call “ethnic cleansing.”
The beloved popstar got the green light to become a Croat.
Menendez stands accused of using his oversight role to guarantee visas and business transactions for friend.
This month’s vote could double as a referendum on German Turkish relations.
By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Today is the sixteenth anniversary of the attacks on New York and Washington on Sept. 11, 2001 that ...
By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley ICBM watch. South Korean intelligence agencies are warning that North Korea is on the verge of another ICBM ...
Lawmakers also push back on Tillerson’s plans to reshape State Department.
The drill is designed to simulate a future conflict with Hezbollah.
The surprise move is a direct repudiation of Trump’s approach to foreign aid and reproductive rights.
The U.S. agency is very interested in artificial intelligence.
By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Afghanistan, again. The magic number for Afghanistan appears to be 3,500. That’s the number of U.S. troops that ...
The long-awaited report says the Syrian air force carried out the bombing.
The measures single out the offshore fortunes of top generals and officials.
Tom Bossert wants spies to team up to focus on cybersecurity and other functional topics.
Glenn Simpson invoked his First Amendment rights to protect sources for salacious claims of collusion.
A feud within Russia's scientific community could have major repercussions.
By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Seoul and Moscow talk Pyongyang. South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Russian President Vladimir Putin met Wednesday during ...
Packed with fighters and their families, the buses remain struck in the desert.
By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Pacific fleet commander speaks in Seoul. On Tuesday, just two days after North Korea’s sixth and largest nuclear ...
With Adam Rawnsley Troops to Afghanistan. Defense Secretary James Mattis finally confirmed he’s sending more troops to Afghanistan. But he won’t say how many, or ...
A made-up nation created for Belarusian-Russian military drills has sparked the national imagination.
Everyone is looking for a better deal.
Revenge is a dish best served diplomatically.