Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell presses for a swift acquittal of the U.S. president.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s drive to build a new canal to bypass the Bosphorus faces a formidable opponent: Istanbul mayor and likely presidential contender Ekrem Imamoglu.
The latest batch of House evidence before Trump’s impeachment trial begins includes explosive evidence linking the president’s lawyer and associates to the campaign to bully Ukraine to investigate Trump’s rivals.
The entire Russian government has resigned as Putin charts his country’s political future—one that will certainly still include a leading role for him.
With a trimmed-down field, Democratic hopefuls sparred over Iraq, Iran, military deployments, and the threat from climate change.
Gulf and European countries are eyeing Trump with trepidation as they fear more reprisals from Iran.
With protests raging in the streets, the Islamic Republic finds itself on the defensive at home and overseas over its misrepresentations.
Carlos Ghosn’s mysterious return to Beirut is met with mixed reactions from a country in protest and peril.
Iran may call it a day after its token strike at U.S. forces in Iraq—but will its proxy forces?
Republican sentiment is rising over fears that Brexit will tank the economy, but Northern Ireland’s unionists won’t go quietly.
Overshadowed by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo until now, the relative newcomer Mark Esper has played a central role in the U.S. response.
Officials indicate the disaster might have been a mistake made at the height of tensions with the United States after Iran’s missile launch at Iraqi bases.