The United Nations is setting up a board to investigate the bombing of the aid convoy.
A 50-minute audio recording from a Clinton fundraiser was posted online.
The Texas Republican said the government isn't as effective as it could be.
Calls for a U.S. military option in Syria are growing.
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"I'm not going to comment on a particular candidate's statement — I will comment on the facts."
Rep. Louise Slaughter wants data collected on the impact of blasts that could affect troops.
“There is no Plan B,” said Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.).
Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday threatened to end all cooperation with Moscow.
A military judge ruled that McCain's comments did not influence a court-martial decision.
“John ‘Not Delusional’ Kerry has made the one threat the Russians feared most," they said.
Secretary of State John Kerry issued the ultimatum in a phone call to Russian Foreign Minister...
The bill comes amid lingering fallout of a $400 million payment to Iran.
Officials reportedly signed the deal on the same day of a controversial prisoner swap.
The death toll includes 3,804 civilians, according to a human rights group.
The bank is settling allegations that it broke the law by improperly repossessing service members'...
Kerry says "it's irrational" to take peace talks seriously as bomb fall on Aleppo.
A United Nations group denounced Thursday a U.S. airstrike in Afghanistan it says killed at least...
The toll on ISIS's top ranks comes as Iraqi forces prepare to try and retake Mosul.
"I do think it's worth further discussions," the Senate leader said.
The Mosul offensive is expected to start as early as next month.
Sen. Lindsey Graham said lawmakers need to make sure they didn't open "Pandora's box."
The U.S. earlier this week leveled its first sanctions on a Chinese firm for aiding North Korea's...
His comments are likely to infuriate Republicans on Capitol Hill.