The White House wants fired National Security Council aide Rich Higgins hired for a senior Defense position.
With Afghanistan again facing a political crisis, Mohammed Najibullah’s tarnished memory is being rehabilitated by some. But the crimes of the last Soviet-supported president, who was killed by the Taliban, are hardly forgotten.
With Trump’s re-election prospects up in the air, a heated U.N. meeting on Iran shows world powers' fading fear of confronting the United States.
If the leaked U.S. intelligence reporting is verified, Republicans in Congress say President Trump needs to take swift action to hold Russia accountable.
A Chinese Canadian researcher’s breakthrough could have saved thousands of lives.
President Andrzej Duda is locked in a surprisingly close race with Warsaw Mayor Rafal Trzaskowski. Their rivalry is the latest battle between the country’s poorer and more religious rural regions and its wealthier, socially liberal cities.
Serbia’s president consolidates his control as Belgrade edges toward autocracy.
EU officials speak increasingly of Beijing as a rival, not a partner. But unlike Trump, they don’t yet want a divorce.
But the draft has little support among major powers at the U.N., reflecting Washington’s isolation on its Iran policy.
Powerful House committee leader Eliot Engel confronts a progressive challenge that has split the Democratic Party.
The strategic significance of the vote could not have been higher.
The fired commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt failed to “take charge” in responding to the coronavirus outbreak aboard the ship, the Navy found in an investigation.