"This kind of offensive behavior is no way to treat a friend," GOP Rep. Pete Olson said.
Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R-Fla.) says it's "ludicrous" for the U.S. to send a representative.
Protesters are trying to stop the reelection of the West African nation's president.
Rep. Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.) said he is "disappointed" in unnamed administration official.
The Speaker condemned an official for calling the Israeli prime minister "chickens---."
Eighty percent of U.S. residents support quarantining people who have traveled to the U.S. from...
"The Cold War is over," Rep. Jim McGovern (D-Mass.) said.
A security firm says Moscow is likely behind a "focused, long-standing espionage effort."
Worldwide, we see that young people are not being protected by their governments.
Tunisia is quietly becoming a symbol of hope and democratic possibilities.
The CDC does not have enforcement authority, though, over its new guidelines.
Rep. Adam Schiff called for a "full-court press" to stop other nations from paying up.
The memo calls for a clear plan for handling Bashar Assad.
“It is disgraceful, unacceptable, damaging," said Kerry about the insult.
The White House is dealing with the fallout from the "chickens---" remark.
The insult roiled U.S. and Israeli relations, sparking criticism from Republicans and Dems.
Texan said to allow foreign Ebola patients into the U.S. would be "electrifying."
An unidentified senior administration official used the term in an interview.
Though Baghdad has made advances, the Pentagon says, it isn't ready for a full offensive.
Since the Syrian Civil War began in early 2011, the U.S. has provided more than $2.9B in aid.
Manifestations of modern-day slavery can be found in most people's own households.
The vice president will travel to Ukraine, Turkey and Morocco.
The secretary will "express America's solidarity with the Canadian people," an official said.
The government is grappling with how to handle returning healthcare workers.