The former Secretary of State will speak on April 24 in Dallas to a housing trade association.
With his threat to attack the U.S. and South Korea with nuclear weapons, Kim Jong-un has effectively painted himself into a corner.
Isn’t it interesting that North Korea’s ever more extravagant military threats aren’t drawing much media attention in the U.S.? No one really expects a war to break out. But what if one does?
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
The double-murder suicide at the Quantico Marine base 35 miles south of Washington comes as a shock.
The American President poured on the charm in an effort to persuade Israelis and Palestinians to get back on the path to peace.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew’s humble lunch has become an Internet sensation in China
Before pulling the trigger on Iran, the U.S. should review how Bush nearly drove Saddam Hussein from power without an invasion
A two-tour Marine recalls what it was like to fight in Iraq on the tenth anniversary of its invasion.
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
The U.S. invaded Iraq 10 years ago Tuesday…