Trump Blocks Fighter Jet Transfer Amid Deepening U.S.-Turkey Rift
The decision is a blow to Ankara but could also complicate matters for Washington.
Trump’s Post-ISIS Retreat Leaves Syria Vulnerable to Russia and Iran
The U.S. administration is reluctant to help with Syrian recovery.
Chinese Investment in the U.S. Tanks Amid Major Policy Crackdowns
With or without a trade war, Chinese foreign direct investment to the United States won’t stop tumbling anytime soon.
Congress Has Willfully Abdicated Its Responsibility Over War
It’s time for legislators to share in the authority they claim to want.
How Congress Can Help Trump Outmaneuver Iran
The United States needs a policy that unifies its allies in curbing Tehran.
Top Democrat’s Return Sows Uncertainty for Iran Deal
Iran hawk Bob Menendez’s reinstatement as top Democrat on Senate Foreign Relations Committee could alter politics around the nuclear deal.
Senators Press Justice Department on Chinese State Media Outlets Registering as Foreign Agents
If Russian outlets have to file, lawmakers ask, why not Chinese ones?
Republicans Are AWOL on Russian Election Meddling
The GOP's absence from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee's report on Russian interference is sad and abnormal.
Head of Congressional Ethics Office Sued for Abusing Position, Accused of Assaulting Women
A key official involved in House investigations faces a federal lawsuit alleging misconduct.
How Far Must Trump ‘Unravel’ Before the 25th Amendment Kicks In?
The constitutional amendment on presidential disabilities could pose a real threat to Trump. But that shouldn't give his opponents solace.
Searching the Communications of Americans Should Require a Warrant
Congress would be right to reform FISA.
The Problem With Making Hate Speech Illegal
The answer to the violence in Charlottesville isn't to outlaw white supremacy.
Will Congress Revive the Authority to Impeach Executive Officers Below the President?
The legislature has its own constitutional power to bring executive officials into line.
Senators Call for U.S. Accountability in 2012 Honduran Killings
A report detailed how DEA misled Congress on the attack that left four civilians dead. Senators are furious no DEA officials were punished.
Surprise House Vote Rolls Back Authority for the ‘War on Terror’
After 16 years, the legal basis for post-9/11 military action may finally be put to rest.
Senators Urge Trump to Approve Taiwan Arms Sales
Lawmakers issue bipartisan appeal amid concern the White House is abandoning Taiwan to please China.
Saudi Arms Sale Hits Possible Senate Roadblock
Some lawmakers are fed up with Saudi Arabia’s bombing campaign in Yemen and oppose plans to sell Riyadh more U.S.-made munitions.
Senate Heads to White House for Briefing on North Korea, But U.S. Strategy Still At Sea
In an unusual move, the White House will host the entire Senate to update lawmakers on tensions with Pyongyang. But it’s not clear where the Trump administration is headed.