For the first time, the Queen will be accompanied to the annual State Opening of Parliament not only by her doughty husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, but by their son—and her heir—the Prince of Wales
Fireworks are in place and set to explode Wednesday on Capitol Hill over whether the U.S. military could have done more to save the four trapped U.S. diplomats who died in Benghazi last September 11.
Obama weighs appointing big names and fundraisers to patronage posts
The threat of terrorists acquiring WMD is real, experts say, though the danger to America is hard to measure
The White House says it’s highly likely that Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime, not the rebel opposition, was behind any chemical weapons use in Syria.
Unfortunately, like much that has happened in Afghanistan since the U.S. invasion less than a month after 9/11, American heads – if not hearts – have been in the wrong place.
It’s the Marines against the surfers in a California beach battle
After two air strikes inside Syria in the space of four days, Israel remains intent on targeting advanced weapons there before they can be transferred to Hizballah in Lebanon.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto is in change-the-conversation mode: he wants the world, especially Washington, to focus less on his country’s awful drug violence and more on its robust economic potential.
(WASHINGTON) — Discussions within the Obama administration in favor of providing arms to the Syrian rebels are gaining ground amid new indications that President Bashar Assad‘s regime may have launched additional chemical weapons attacks, U.S. and other diplomatic officials say.
As the number of suspected attacks grows, U.S.
Mexico President Peña Nieto has shifted focus from fighting cartels to modernizing the economy and has encouraged media outlets to dedicate less coverage to decapitations and shoot-outs.
U.S. intelligence believes that chemical weapons have been used in Syria, opening debate against those who want to intervene and those who want more information.