The actions "fall outside the bounds of acceptable state behavior,” the FBI said.
Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) is visiting West Africa to see how U.S. troops are fighting an Ebola...
The two potential 2016 rivals have split over Obama's Cuba policy.
Obama's policy on Cuba is countered by a significant hardening of U.S.-Venezuela policy.
Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) said that the U.S. should have a proportional response.
Rep. Mario Díaz-Balart (R-Fla.) said regimes now know Obama will deal with them.
The Russian president defended his leadership at a year-end news conference.
Hundreds of business and humanitarian groups pressed for smoothed relations.
Senior lawmakers fear part of Russia's atomic arsenal could fall into the wrong hands.
Clinton has called the embargo on Cuba "Castro's best friend."
The Tea Partyer joined other 2016 contenders in bashing Obama's change in Cuba policy.
Sens. McCain, Graham, Rubio and Ayotte all say the policy shift is a mistake.
Critics of Nixon's China policy were on the wrong side of history then, like Obama's are now.
President Obama signed a bill into law imposing sanctions on Venezuelan officials.
Such desperate measures are not undertaken without a grim, but necessary, calculus.
Senators called on the Department of Commerce to fight unfair Chinese trade practices.
Prominent libertarian Amash supports re-establishing diplomatic relations with Cuba.
Royce also criticized Obama’s plan to normalize relations with Cuba.
Should European policymakers again make Herculean efforts to keep Greece within the euro?
The final shape of new economic and travel restrictions depends on forthcoming rules.
Obama says people shouldn't be concerned about attacks on theaters.
Recent polls found growing support for ties among Cuban-Americans and nationally.
Obama's Cuba move is unlikely to spark "an immediate bonanza," however.
If Obama had the chance, "I'm sure he wouldn't turn it down," said Josh Earnest.