Pompeo met with Afghan and Taliban leaders this week to salvage the fragile agreement. He came back empty-handed.
Trump is calling on the military to do more to tackle the pandemic, but its resources are limited.
Peace advocates and hardliners within the Taliban are feuding over whether to stick to the fragile agreement, the Pentagon says.
The United States and South Korea have postponed annual drills amid the virus outbreak.
The U.S. ambassador to Germany will mix his policy duties with a supposedly apolitical senior intelligence post.
John Kelly joins a chorus of former officials criticizing Trump for withholding military aid to Ukraine and then sacking officials who testified.
The proposal is a decrease from last year, indicating the defense department is bracing for an end to the growth it has seen under Trump.
Officials are reportedly waiting for confirmation before making an announcement.
The potential troop cuts face scrutiny inside the Trump administration and on Capitol Hill.
New revelations from Trump’s former national security advisor could alter the fight in the Senate over whether to allow witnesses.
A key unanswered question is whether the U.S. Senate will vote to allow witnesses.
New evidence from a key player sheds more light on Trump’s role in pressuring Ukraine to investigate a political rival.