A resounding win at the polls doesn’t mean a green light for the Japanese PM.
The U.S. secretary of state reopened the offer during a surprise visit to Afghanistan.
Some 13 percent of Afghan military personnel training in the United States last year went AWOL.
Bombed-out cities meant death and destruction. Now they promise billions of dollars — for new construction.
CIA on Russia, Iran and al Qaeda and the weekly wrap.
A new survey shows a country with a constrained but active body politic, contrary to plenty of D.C. conventional wisdom.
SitRep: U.S. warships ready near Korea; Deadly new Taliban offensive
Raqqa falls, al Qaeda making a comeback, John McCain mad at Mattis and McMaster.
The United States poured millions into education in Afghanistan. Did it do anything?
The president claims the decision is his to make. Lawmakers and legal scholars aren’t so sure.
Trump caught in new lie; Washington flatfooted in Iraq
Newt Gingrich says there’s a lack of staff in the administration to take on the issue. Critics say it doesn't matter.