House Armed Services Chairman Buck McKeon (R-Calif.) returned fire at the conservative Wall Street Journal editorial board on Thursday after it accused him of leading an “insurrection” over raising the sequester-level budget caps.
Kerry told Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem that Israel's security is “at the top of our agenda.”
Bill Bratton served as NYPD commissioner under former Mayor Rudy Giuliani in the mid-1990s.
At least 20 people were killed and dozens more injured after a car bomb exploded Thursday at Yemen’s defense ministry in the capital of Sanaa.
The Texas chemistry teacher was killed while jogging near consulate.
The two are accused of battling U.S. forces in Afghanistan, plotting to bomb U.S. embassy.
Biden said he was "very direct about our firm position" with China's president.
A truck carrying “extremely dangerous” radioactive material was reported stolen in Mexico, according to nuclear watchdog International Atomic Energy Agency.
Mexico told the IAEA the truck was carrying cobalt-60 teletherapy from a Tijuana hospital to a radioactive waste storage unit. The material is used in medical treatments.
The White House is specifically targeting militant groups unaffiliated with al Qaeda's Iraqi cell and its Syrian offshoot, Jabhat al Nusra, which has taken on a significant role within the ranks of the Syrian rebels over the course of the 2.5-year war there.
Official approval of the pact by Afghan Defense Minister Bismillah Khan Mohammadi or other members of Karzai's Cabinet could "fulfill the kind of commitment we need" to proceed with postwar planning and operations, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Wednesday.
But "whatever document [Kabul] agrees to ... who has the authority to sign on behalf of Afghanistan" and give the postwar pact the green light is still an open question, the Pentagon chief added.