When the vice president speaks up for human rights, it’s through the narrow lens of his conservative Christian worldview.
A divided Congress means that House Democrats will take more of an investigative posture than a legislative one.
Congressman Adam Schiff has plans to probe several uncomfortable subjects for the Trump administration, and the president is ready to fight.
The president incorrectly claims that America is the “only country” that gives citizenship to all babies born within its borders.
The ugly geopolitics in the wake of the Saudi journalist’s death point to a world in which impunity reigns.
The next casualty of President Trump’s suspicion of multilateral deals could be a 30-year-old arms accord with Russia.
Pompeo has responded to the Khashoggi affair in lockstep with Trump.
In a wide-ranging interview with ‘60 Minutes,’ Donald Trump revisited one of his favorite themes.
Trump’s UN ambassador wasn’t always in lockstep with the president, even as she tried to present a united front.
A hardline adviser speaks out against the president's lovey-dovey diplomacy with Kim Jong Un.
There’s more at stake than trade.
If 2017 was the year he stormed the UN, 2018 was the year the institution got used to it.
At the end of a contentious visit to the United Nations, the American president delivered a globe-spanning seminar on his worldview.
In remarks at the UN Security Council, the U.S. president recommitted to a mounting great-power rivalry.
“You are, indeed, the only person who can solve this problem,” South Korea’s Moon Jae In told his counterpart about North Korea—just before he amped up the pressure.
In his UN speech, the U.S. president went after several countries and institutions—but perhaps none more so than the world order itself.
As talks with Washington seemed to stall, Seoul created its own path with Pyongyang.
António Guterres confronts the “reemergence of irrationality” in global politics.
New places of respite are popping up in one of the world’s most overworked, underslept cities.
A veteran Washington journalist describes the defense secretary as avoiding confrontation and showing respect. But the rest of the book may have blown up that strategy.