And Trump is praising him.
The administration is pressuring other countries to tighten the noose on Nicolás Maduro. But his backers have the upper hand.
Declaring the country’s most powerful security services a terrorist organization is just the Trump administration’s latest move in a long pressure campaign against Iran.
There are arguments over spending, and all manner of other issues. But the 70-year-old alliance has seen bad times before.
As the war on the Islamic State moves into a new phase, its leadership tries to adapt.
He’s still a contender for the top job at the Department of Defense. But the more he’s in the public eye, the more his obstacles mount.
Why a terrorist group with land looked so threatening to the United States
The Trump administration has already deployed visa restrictions, sanctions, and even an embargo on Venezuelan oil. What else is left?
The push for Trump to make such a move has been going on for more than a year, due to parallel efforts by Israeli officials and members of Congress.
Trump administration officials are publicly united on their policy of punishing the Islamic Republic. But cracks are showing over just how far to go.
The terror group’s about to lose its “state.” That doesn’t mean it’s defeated.
Their enemies are different, but their tactics are often the same.
How do you offer intelligence to a president who’s not interested—and keep your job?
But the Warsaw conference did bring together Gulf Arabs and Israel against their common enemy.
Trump campaigned against overseas interventions, and he has a reputation for being friendly with some authoritarian rulers. Now he wants Venezuela’s Maduro gone.
Trump recently renewed the terrorism state of emergency, which is just one of roughly 30 ongoing national emergencies in the U.S.
Some pre-9/11 plotters have not yet been brought to justice, even as a new generation of suspects is taking their place.
Trump’s new missile-defense strategy adds up to an effort to solve a political problem with expensive hardware.
Trump says ISIS is defeated, but an Islamic State attack in Syria on Wednesday killed four Americans.
The president loves splashy displays of military might. But when something goes wrong, he blames his generals.