Fearing terrorist attacks, the George W. Bush administration also reportedly looked into the option.
In a special conference call with subscribers, science columnist Laurie Garrett and senior editor James Palmer discuss the potential global effects of the new coronavirus.
In testimony at the U.N.’s genocide case, the leader appealed the court to let her own country handle justice for crimes against the Rohingya.
Washington gives the country $500 million in support a year, he says, but has little to show for it in terms of cooperation and human rights.
Tensions at NATO’s anniversary gathering aside, the secretary-general defends the alliance’s record.
With a deadline for restarting nuclear talks looming, North Korea ups the ante on the United States.
The NATO secretary-general shoots back at the French president, praising the U.S. commitment to the organization and warning of a divided Europe.
A transcript of the former French president’s remarks at the 2003 General Assembly.
A translation of spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid’s warning for the United States.
The prime minister’s statement about proroguing the United Kingdom’s legislative assembly.
A transcript of U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s remarks in Paris.