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.
The interests of the U.S. and China are set to collide, for the simple reason that the Chinese recognize that they find themselves in a profoundly unfavorable position.
The preacher, dead at 99, advised presidents, mentored clergy, and influenced millions of people. Will his legacy of non-partisan outreach continue?
The U.S. vice president promised peace in the country’s newly recognized capital, but his itinerary showed that a deal is far beyond reach.
Catholic parishes have been hit hard by President Trump’s decision to suspend Temporary Protected Status for Salvadorans.
Fifty years ago, the January 1968 battle laid bare the way U.S. leaders had misled the public about the war in Vietnam.
The face of Catholicism’s clergy sexual-abuse scandal is laid to rest in Rome—but his legacy still haunts the American church.
In the Palestinian area of the city, many people just want to get on with their lives.
President Trump’s announcement on the status of the holy city could spark a crisis across the Middle East.
Former Trump foreign-policy aide George Papadopoulos, who pleaded guilty to lying to federal agents during the Russia investigation, may have been secretly cooperating with investigators for months.
The vice president announced that the administration will shift aid from the United Nations to the U.S. Agency for International Development. He’ll also visit the region in late December.
Trump and Senator Bob Corker are at it again, as the Tennessee Republican says the commander in chief is not a role model for the nation’s children and vows not to support him for reelection.
The last seventy-five years of American foreign policy are not the story of a country consistently pursuing democratic ideals, only to see them undermined now by a fearful “blood and soil” isolationism.
If the United States wishes to defeat Osama bin Laden's heirs and the toxic potency of their message, it needs to recommit to its most basic values.
The administration has inserted a wedge between the large metropolitan areas known for top-notch services and the small and mid-sized metros focused on manufacturing.
Newly unsealed FBI documents suggest the Israeli arrested for sending the threats was selling his services for a fee.
As the Cold War raged in 1975, a Russian leader promised his support for a president’s reelection bid.
“I hope that my story will help you understand the methods of Russian operatives in Washington and how they use U.S. enablers to achieve major foreign policy goals without disclosing those interests,” Browder writes.
The craft-supply giant, which will open its Museum of the Bible in D.C. this fall, will pay a $3 million settlement.