Trump wants a “big deal” with North Korea. South Korea would like him to settle for something a little smaller.
American Jews are very uncomfortable with Trump, but the pro-Israel lobby has embraced him wholeheartedly.
A generation of young American Muslims is coming of age in a time when a mass shooting at a mosque is horrifying, but not surprising.
The administration no longer thinks Trump alone can reach a deal with Kim Jong Un.
Cardinal Seán O'Malley has spent decades cleaning up after pedophile priests. Now he's once again found himself in the middle of a crisis.
The Minnesota congresswoman has given credence to caricatures of critics of Israel.
President Trump wants to cut an ambitious nuclear deal with North Korea. But he just broke away from one of the most important nuclear agreements in the past 50 years.
This isn’t the first time the president has threatened military force against the country, but now he is surrounded by regime-change advocates.
A new inquiry significantly escalates the involvement of secular authorities.
The pope has accepted the resignation of the leader of the Archdiocese of Washington. What happens next?
Pope Francis says he supports a “zero-tolerance” policy, but some insist those words are not enough.
In a revised version of the Catechism, the punishment is deemed unacceptable in all cases.
The event has sent a strong message that the U.S. wants to spread democratic values—if only the president will cooperate.
Critics, especially Jews in the diaspora, see it as a definitive declaration in favor of a Jewish identity at the expense of a democratic one.
They scream “Mami” and “Papá” over and over again, as if those are the only words they know.
Veterans of the last administration are learning a hard lesson: Policies constructed by executive order and executive agreement are just as easily blown up by them.
The new American embassy opens during a chaotic and violent week in the Middle East—and it's just the beginning.
Trump was convinced to sell lethal weapons to Ukraine thanks in part to a savvy charm offensive from Kiev—but the deal may be more bark than bite.
President Trump’s pick to replace Rex Tillerson could become the first secretary of state to win confirmation over the objections of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
As Trump prepares to sit down with Kim Jong Un, he’d do well to consider Clinton’s unorthodox approach to crafting the Good Friday Agreement, which ended the Troubles in Northern Ireland.