The chief of U.S. Pacific Command assured lawmakers Wednesday that the United States is capable of defending an American aircraft carrier strike group deployed in the western Pacific Ocean against any North Korean missile attack despite contrary reports.
Senior lawmakers on Tuesday rejected President Donald Trump’s declaration that the United States has “no role” in Libya, citing the threat of regional instability to U.S. national security interests.
House Foreign Affairs Chairman Ed Royce lauded the Trump administration Monday for blacklisting scores of Syrian government employees in response to President Bashar al Assad’s deadly chemical attack against civilians earlier this month.
The Trump administration expects to confront Russia for supplying the Taliban with weapons and strategic support to undermine the American-led coalition in Afghanistan, senior military officials said Monday.
Saudi Arabia was recently elected to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, provoking backlash from human rights organizations.
The United States needs to ramp up its military backing of the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen to pressure the Iranian-backed Houthis into diplomatic talks aimed at resolving the two-year civil war, according to policy experts.
A senior U.S. general operating in Mosul said Wednesday that a chemical attack launched against coalition forces by the Islamic State three days ago had “no impact” on American or Iraqi troops.
Scammers posing as government agents are using a Department of Homeland Security phone line to steal personal information from Americans across the U.S., the agency announced in a fraud alert released Wednesday.
The decline in employers seeking temporary visas for low-wage foreign workers is a direct result of President Donald Trump’s pledge to penalize U.S. companies that replace American workers with cheap immigrant labor, according to immigration experts.
North Korea threatened on Monday to carryout weekly missile tests despite warnings from the Trump administration that ongoing tests could provoke U.S. military action.