Of croissants and centrifuges, and the struggle to seal a deal
(WASHINGTON) — President Barack Obama hosted Morocco’s King Mohammed VI at the White House on Friday for talks on furthering democracy in the Middle East and countering violent extremism.
Arriving at the White House, the king was greeted by a military honor guard that lined the driveway to the West Wing. In the Oval Office, Obama …
(WASHINGTON) — The United States has sworn in a veteran diplomat as its new ambassador to the Philippines as the Southeast Asian nation grapples with the aftermath of a devastating typhoon.
The Senate expedited Philip Goldberg’s confirmation and he was sworn in at an early morning ceremony Thursday at the State …
A diatribe against Israel and the U.S. stokes fears about whether Iran can be trusted
Jan. 1 deadline for key part of combat readiness put on hold indefinitely
Three Republicans join most Senate Democrats in a vote to loosen restrictions on transferring detainees out of the prison at Guantánamo Bay, potentially leading to its closure
Air Force and Congress fighting over plan to ground soldiers’ favorite warplane
U.S. military’s quest for “invisible” troops and weapons drawing closer
(WASHINGTON) — President Barack Obama is preparing to meet with key senators on Iran as the White House pushes Congress to hold off on new sanctions.
The White House says Obama will meet Tuesday with the chairmen and top Republicans on the Senate’s banking, foreign relations, armed services and intelligence panels. Obama will host …
The Pentagon is planning to train 5,000 to 8,000 Libyan soldiers in the continuing effort to improve security in the North African nation
(WASHINGTON) — Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says the U.S. will continue to provide two Patriot missile batteries in Turkey for another year as part of that country’s air defenses while the civil war rages on in Syria.
‘I think it will be a good thing for the world as well as for America’
U.S. and Afghanistan agree on draft pact allowing U.S. troops to remain