Tensions are still running high in the Middle East, and the potential for hostilities to reignite in the coming weeks remains
U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice has emerged as a high-risk, high-reward contender for the role of Secretary of State in President Obama’s second term
Why some experts fear the Egyptian territory–now a playground of smugglers and terrorists–may be help trigger broader conflict.
The committee’s top Republican says it will hold hearings during the lame duck session into whether Petraeus’s biographer, Paula Broadwell, was given classified information
Republicans keep the upper hand in the lower chamber
For the first time in three election cycles, 2012 doesn’t look to be a wave year for either party. Democrats are likely to retain control of the Senate while Republicans hang on to the House. It’s the size of the margin of control–now 3 seats in the Senate and 22 in the House–that’s worth watching on election night. But that doesn’t
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday announced the U.S. would be shifting allegiances in Syria after nearly two years of trying to empower the Paris-based Syrian National Council made up of mostly Syrians in exile.
The politics and policy of emergency preparedness have changed a lot in the last seven years.
On Monday night, just two weeks and a day before the election, President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney will square off in Boca Raton, Fla., for their third debate. The subject matter of this final …
The facts of the case are this: a Sept. 11 attack carried out by armed extremists in Benghazi, Libya, took the lives of a U.S. ambassador and three other Americans. Nearly everything else is unclear. Given that it took the …