Parading a new submarine-launched missile made a big buzz in North Korea. The real buzz is what it could mean for Pyongyang’s nuclear deterrent.
With Trump gone, Biden talks up the need for unity and renewal after four years of bitter division.
Internal emails reveal Pompeo may have benefited from tens of thousands of dollars in taxpayer funds for upkeep at his residence.
From climate change to China to ending the forever wars, here are 10 of the biggest challenges facing the Biden foreign-policy team as it takes office.
The Trump administration’s final parting shot at Beijing poses a diplomatic challenge for Biden on his first day in office.
Avril Haines vowed to keep politics out of intelligence.
Roberta Jacobson, a former U.S. ambassador to Mexico, will join the NSC and help oversee an anticipated U-turn in U.S. policy on migration and asylum.
But congressional sources say it’s highly unlikely lawmakers will cut billions of dollars of already appropriated funding.
Samantha Power, a former U.S. ambassador to the U.N., will seek to revive a troubled agency, while Obama-era veterans Kurt Campbell and Ely Ratner get top Asia jobs.
Camp Chapman, once the scene of the CIA’s second-deadliest day, was hit again in December—but never reported.
The epic SolarWinds hack affecting thousands of government agencies and companies could mark the beginning of the end of the open internet.