For the second time in seven months, the U.S. embassy in Cairo got itself into Twitter trouble. The unusually combative Twitter feed on Tuesday criticized the Egyptian government’s imprisonment of comedian Bassem Youssef for …
Olympus Has Fallen, G.I. Joe: Retaliation, and White House Down are the first blockbusters since the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks to violently attack Washington landmarks.
The former Alaska governor and 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee reminds us that even without the reality shows, Fox contract and candidacy for, well, anything, that she’s still alive and kicking.
Obama pushed for normalization of relations during his trip to Israel, capping years of work by U.S. diplomats to bring the two U.S. allies back together
Kerry visits Baghdad to mark the 10th anniversary of the U.S. invasion and to push Baghdad not to help Iran arm Syria’s Assad
If the U.S. is “leading from behind,” they’re following the French. First in Iran, Libya, and Mali and now, some hope, in Syria
President Barack Obama heads to Israel, Palestine and Jordan for the first foreign trip of his second term
How Congress united behind sanctions, and why that push may be stalling as the Administration seeks a diplomatic breakthrough…
Beyond the ideological fracas is the last best chance for a grand bargain this summer.
If Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi fails to secure a IMF loan, Egypt could fall into a power vacuum, throwing the security of Egypt and the rest of the region into question.
Venezuela’s Chávez had often campaigned on anti-U.S. rhetoric, and relations between the two countries have been strained almost since he took office 14 years ago
Jeb Bush’s book not only rekindles the war within the GOP over amnesty and immigration; it sets up 2016 to be a potentially bruising primary with his friend Marco Rubio. UPDATE: Rubio responds.
Sen. Marco Rubio lays out his foreign policy identity: provide ammo and intel to Syria rebels, prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon, and bone up on foreign aid and humanitarian efforts.