Mexico is by far the largest customer for U.S. turkey exports—for now.
An ex-general told senators the military could disobey an illegal order. But he wasn’t sure what comes next.
What the U.S. president may have in mind when he tweets about teaming up with Putin “to solve North Korea, Syria, Ukraine, terrorism”
If you’re worried about nuclear weapons under Donald Trump, the latest Nobel winner notes, maybe it's the weapons that are the problem.
The candidate who said Japan and South Korea made "billions screwing us" is now a president vowing to stand by them.
“The unpredictability has worked to some extent,” says one of the country’s highest-profile defectors.
In a letter to the president, Tammy Duckworth cites the lack of debate before she was deployed to Iraq—and insists that it not happen again.
John Brennan praises the advisers who restrain Donald Trump’s impulses, calls out the president’s “enablers” inside the White House, and considers the prospect of World War III.
Senator Chris Murphy explains why he’s introducing a bill to restrict the president’s war-making powers.
As the North Korean crisis escalates, the possibility of nuclear war has suddenly become discussable—and not just theoretical.
The president’s national-security advisers say they’re running out of time to do something extremely time-consuming.
Several of his achievements are under threat—and it’s not all because of Donald Trump.
The president's America First policy is causing the U.S. to withdraw from the world.
The president’s action won’t blow up the nuclear agreement—at least not right away.
Joe Kaeser, who leads the German conglomerate, talks trade, job training, and Donald Trump.
The president himself has repeatedly sent a different message.
Fresh off his election success, Alexander Gauland discusses refugees, German identity, and the legacy of the Nazis.
America’s former chief diplomat on the state of the State Department
“This is about China,” says David Petraeus.
Watch what Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un do, not just what they say.