Trump is turning his fire to Obama as he looks ahead to the general election campaign.
Agreements will not save Israel from Iranian progress on nuclear weapons.
News reports said that they vowed to restart talks between the countries.
"This is serious stuff," the White House hopeful said.
A decade of fighting the war on terror only militarily has not worked.
Extremism can be rooted out and overseas engagement, combined with local efforts, can work.
The court dealt a blow to the rights of millions of Americans who wish to marry immigrants.
Some seek reform and a stronger voice from Congress.
Turkey's present leadership is tilting away from the United States.
Suspect was killed during a firefight near Afghan border.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal says his "heart went out" to the families of the victims.
For those who know places beyond American shores, however, Eric Cantor's fate likely brought little...
President Obama phoned Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday.
Paul hoped to block the sale of military aircrafts to "frenemy" Pakistan.
Talks between the two leaders were expected to last two hours.
Why we would continue to pursue a course that has not worked in 14 years?
"I think I know as much about Pakistan as most other people," Trump says.
Lindsey Graham, with his colorful metaphor, has it backward.
UN peacekeepers are currently the world's single largest deployed military force.
Risks can be reduced, but never entirely eliminated.
We've entered the Golden Age of Proliferation.
"As terrible as it is, its not going to change our strategy," said a spokesman.
"I think there will be another attack," the former vice president said Tuesday.
Military means are proving less than adequate in the fight against Islamic extremism.