A delegation of Republican House lawmakers petitioned the State Department not to continue issuing sanctions waivers that have permitted Iran to continue engaging in its lucrative oil trade, yet another salvo in an ongoing battle between the Trump administration and Congress.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) said in a recent interview that Congress should allocate part of the U.S. military budget to foreign exchange programs, suggesting that bringing farmers from Turkey to farmers in Iowa could be an effective form of American foreign policy.
A Chinese woman who investigators suspect was working for Beijing’s intelligence services was indicted by a federal grand jury in Florida on Friday and charged with two federal crimes.
The U.S. and the Taliban are negotiating Afghanistan’s future without input from Afghanistan’s government. How is that supposed to work?
The International Criminal Court rejected petitions for it to investigate alleged war crimes committed by the United States in Afghanistan, the BBC reports.
Despite growing threats of space warfare, the Pentagon’s plan to create a new military branch called the Space Force faced tough questioning on Capitol Hill Thursday from both Republicans and Democrats who voiced concerns about costs, increased bureaucracy, and impact on military readiness.
For Israelis, their vote could mean the difference between life and death in a way that most people in the West cannot understand.
Iranian leaders have authorized and begun spinning a set of advanced nuclear centrifuges to mark the country’s Iran National Nuclear Day, which leaders said is in honor “of all the jihadi efforts of our country’s nuclear industrialists.”
Sen. Ted Cruz warned this week that the United States is facing “perilous times” due to the growing threat from communist China.