The visit is sure to focus on North Korea and regional economic issues.
The French ambassador to the U.S., Gérard Araud, suggested a "fuzzy end" to talks.
On this week's Africa Day, African countries can learn much from one another.
Haider al-Abadi said he was surprised Ash Carter said Iraqi forces had "no will to fight."
The Arizona senator suggested more American troops will be needed to defeat the terror group.
Ash Carter resisted Republican-led calls to put more American troops into the Middle East.
The Nigerian military says scores of Boko Haram terrorists were killed.
“Well done, Ireland,” the Democratic presidential front-runner tweeted.
The country is the first to establish gay marriage via a popular vote.
The senators said they need the review to "fully assess" the Iran nuclear deal.
There are serious questions about whether the IMF lending program is now adequately financed.
Sidney Blumenthal says he will cooperate after the House committee subpoenaed him.
The Pentagon doubled down on Secretary Carter's criticism of Iraqi forces.
The Wisconsin governor assailed talks with a nation that “wishes to wipe Israel off the map.”
Biden recognized the "enormous sacrifice and bravery" of Iraqis, the White House said.
“I don’t think we’re winning, but I wouldn’t say we’re losing either,” Adam Schiff said.
The former U.N. ambassador said Arab states and Turkey "need American leadership."
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii), a combat veteran, wants to arm Kurds and Sunni tribesmen.
The treaty could have forced Israel to reveal its full nuclear capabilities.
Pope Francis beatified the El Salvadoran martyr.
Obama delivered a rare speech at a synagogue on Friday.
It's the first time a British court convicted anyone of murder for actions during the war.
The fall of Husseiba puts ISIS three miles from a crucial government military base.
The Muslim Brotherhood may be waiting in the wings, but its wings have been clipped.