EU members are set to meet Tuesday to consider new sanctions on Moscow.
The House intelligence chairman says the U.S. has not properly expressed its support.
Partitioning Iraq is a formula for more war, for decades to come.
Photos released by the U.S. claim to show artillery pieces in Ukraine that came from Russia.
The former secretary of state says the U.S. doesn't "want to be the world's policemen."
“My view is a solution beats no solution any day,” Cornyn said.
Counties in Europe have long been reluctant to beef up their sanctions.
Forces have been focused on town of Horlivka.
He said personnel would return as soon as the security situation improved.
Petro Poroshenko wants the U.S. to work with Europe and increase the pressure on Russia.
The embassy was evacuated with a military escort as fighting grows in the country.
Vice President Biden and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko spoke on the phone Friday.
The U.N. says the jet's downing may be a war crime, but the crash site in Ukraine is inaccessible.
Despite this tragedy, the battlefield remains the same as it was before the crash.
The president spoke by phone with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The information taken by Snowden is getting less useful over time, the agency's No. 2 said.
Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) says cyber threats could escalate the conflict in Israel.
Putin is "insecure about Russia’s diminished role in the world," Pelosi said.
The Israeli prime minister says Hamas has already violated its own cease-fire.
Rep. Rogers said violence “is what happens when the United States is not engaged..."
Vladimir Putin is at least partly to blame, Hillary Clinton said.
Russia lashed out at lies it says were spread about alleged involvement in downed jet.
Najib Razak will meet with his Dutch counterpart next week.
Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) introduced a bill Thursday that would require the administration to ensure...