Ahead of Thursday's speech, the president is trying to narrow the use of drones.
A horrific week for U.S. casualties reaffirms President Obama's rush to rely on the Afghan army. But can they handle it?
The U.S. and its allies are talking about commitments through 2018 and beyond.
Moving hearings on Capitol Hill don't turn up any evidence that the Obama Administration deliberately misled Congress or the nation.
Obama is meeting with South Korea's president, but it's Kerry's sit-down with Putin that matters.
No one ever doubted Thatcher's position--good or bad, right or wrong. Yet it's not always clear any longer where Clinton stands on many issues, beyond women's rights.
When it comes to their political philosophy -- summed up as "It's the regime, stupid" -- the neoconservatives had the Kims pegged.
The president spoke over Netanyahu's head during his speech to Israelis today -- just as he has done with the GOP and the American public.
Sources say Obama won't release them because of classified agreements with foreign governments.
The pariah state's latest nuclear test is an embarrassment for the administration's non-proliferation strategy.
The fiscal-cliff deal shows that government just can't stop getting bigger.
From the fiscal cliff to gun control to Afghanistan, Scranton's favorite son has transformed himself from affable gaffer to West Wing powerhouse.
The president's emerging second-term national-security team will likely include a longstanding cabal in place before Obama reached Washington.
The former GOP senator, a possible Obama nominee to run the Pentagon, is haunted by Vietnam.
There's plenty of confusion, but still no evidence to suggest the Obama Administration was ever engaged in a Benghazi cover-up.
The candidate doesn't want to talk about Bain Capital and has reversed many of his former political stands. How will voters know who he is?
The president could be convincing the public his reforms are needed. Instead, he's trying to skirt the subject entirely.
The Fast and Furious investigation is more light than heat -- and it's part of a pattern that's been repeating itself since the 1990s.
With Obamacare and aid to banks, the president helped the poorest and the richest. But there's been little for everyone in between.
For the first time, there may be some hope for Afghanistan. But Pakistan is intent on crushing it, and U.S. officials are paralyzed in finding a solution.