House Republicans blocked an effort by Rep. Adam Schiff (D., Calif.) on Thursday to subpoena the interpreter who translated for President Donald Trump during a private meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier this week.
U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley said Wednesday the United Nations’ Human Rights Council is the “greatest failure” of the international organization given its continued support to dictatorial regimes and entrenched bias against Israel.
House Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul (R., Texas) on Wednesday added his voice to the faction of Republican lawmakers who rallied to vindicate the U.S. intelligence community after President Donald Trump embraced Russian President Vladimir Putin over the counsel of his own spy agencies.
European lawmakers on Thursday criticized President Donald Trump’s strong-arm approach to this week’s NATO summit in Brussels, where the U.S. president reiterated demands that alliance members increase their military spending.
President Donald Trump’s four-day visit to Britain this week is set to be disrupted by a hard-left faction of the UK opposition Labor Party that has scheduled protests across London.
Taiwan is urging U.S. airlines to reject Beijing’s demand that the companies recognize the autonomous island as part of China ahead of a July 25 deadline for international carriers to comply or face steep penalties.
Sen. James Lankford (R., Okla.) warned Wednesday the longstanding alliance between the United States and Turkey is crumbling amid President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s pivot to Russia and ongoing detention of an American pastor.
The Trump administration is considering standing up a military force that operates underground amid Pentagon warnings that urban battle is the future of warfare, the director of the Defense Intelligence Agency said Tuesday.
The Defense Department is investigating research partnerships between Chinese companies and American universities amid threats of spying and technology theft on behalf of Beijing’s government, a senior official said Thursday.
House Republicans on Wednesday expanded their investigation into U.S. environmental groups’ ties to foreign governments, opening a probe into the Center for Biological Diversity over its work with Japan.