President Obama spoke with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte Tuesday afternoon.
"I saw that clip, it wasn't clear to me what he was actually looking at," he responded.
Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) said the administration’s current process allows undocumented child...
The treaty fell short of the two-thirds needed for passage in the full Senate in 2012.
The White House said Tuesday that it “welcomes” the transfer of black boxes and victims’ remains...
The agency is suspending U.S. flights for 24 hours after rocket fire at Tel Aviv airport.
"We are doing little in response," the Republican senator said.
Britain's government said it will stick with its goal to cut carbon emissions 50 percent by 2027...
She also called for a cease-fire.
Washington stoked international outrage Monday over the downing of a Malaysian jetliner.
The Senate confirmed Michael Anderson Lawson to be U.S. Representative on the Council of the...
The resolution passed unanimously with the support of all 15 council members.
The House on Tuesday passed legislation to impose further sanctions extremist group Hezbollah's...
The $1.6B sale of French Mistral carriers to Russia has sparked congressional anger.
Three Senate committee chairmen urged Obama to consider penalizing Russia.
Three committee chairmen say sanctions would fulfill strategic U.S. objectives.
The former secretary of State said it looks like Israel is "overdoing" it.
French president said delivery of the carriers depended on "Russia's attitude."
A new chapter in the U.S.-Germany spying scandal threatens America's relationship with Germany.
The idea that Israel must choose between fighting Hamas and negotiating with Mahmoud Abbas is a...
Iraq's ambassador said Iran has offered “all the help literally to replace America.”
Clinton said she'd like to see the U.S. offer more support for Ukraine securing its borders.
More than 80 percent believe Russia is at least indirectly responsible.
The White House would not say if the U.S. would move unilaterally.