‘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
Avoiding conflict will require finessing a thorny sticking point
U.K. Minister of Faith wants to stop global persecution
Despite budget crunch, service is seeking to buy English-language books for Central Asian school kids
Up to $1 million is available to anyone with information that can lead to the dismantling of the Laos-based Xaysavang Network.
(ATLANTA) — The Central Intelligence Agency has declassified 1,400 pages of intelligence related to the Camp David Accords that former President Jimmy Carter negotiated in 1978 with the leaders of Israel and Egpyt.
(WASHINGTON) — Caroline Kennedy, the new U.S. ambassador to Japan and daughter of slain President John F. Kennedy, leaves for Japan on Thursday to begin her work to strengthen the critical bond between the U.S. and the Asian nation.
“We just had a tea ceremony which was a wonderful introduction to the Japanese culture,” Kennedy said …
Seven states ignore Pentagon orders to treat same-sex marriages equally
Talks between Iran and the IAEA moved forward on Monday in Tehran, and may provide the ultimate test of Iran’s willingness to compromise
(WASHINGTON) — Wary of Iran‘s nuclear intentions, senators are predicting a bipartisan push for fresh penalties and increased leverage against Tehran despite administration opposition, and waiting to hear directly from Secretary of State John Kerry about the latest round of talks that failed to produce a deal.
Kerry tried to …
Netanyahu warns that Tehran is playing Obama for a fool
(WASHINGTON) — The number of Afghan national security forces killed in combat shot up almost 80 percent during this summer’s fighting season, compared with the same time in 2012, as they take the lead in the fight across the country.
A Pentagon report says that U.S. and coalition deaths, meanwhile, dropped by almost 60 percent …