The talks open the possibility that by the time the U.S. formally ends its combat missions in 2014 there will at least be some “de-escalation” in the conflict.
Driven by humanitarianism, realpolitik or a combination of both, the Obama administration’s Syria policy is entering a dangerous new phase.
John Brennan went for a virtually unknown person who has no intelligence community experience but who does have the two qualifications guaranteed to make Agency hands uneasy: “White House official” and “lawyer.”
Here is an article from 2011 on Susan Rice, who will replace Tom Donilon as Obama’s National Security Advisor.
James Comey challenged the legality of George W. Bush’s wiretapping program, making him a hero to Democrats.
Justice Anthony Kennedy may hold the key vote in four major cases next month.
Here are four questions Lew needs to answer Tuesday on the state of America’s financial health.
To judge from this week’s developments, we’re still accelerating in the direction set by George W. Bush after 9/11 towards a retrenchment of White House power and secrecy, and new limits on the media.
There’s a scramble to claim credit for the Texas miracle, and now President Obama has jumped in with both feet.
Do we need to sacrifice privacy to be safer?
In small ways and big, Congress’s FAA climbdown is Washington at its worst
Congressmen and the intelligence community are creeping toward each other’s throats over whom to blame for the Boston Marathon bombing.
President George W. Bush’s official White House photographer, Eric Draper, took an everyday man and elevated him to the status of Commander-in-Chief. He also captured the titan coming down to earth.