Reports allege U.S. troops were told to ignore Afghan allies' abuse of children.
The Egyptian government has not acknowledged any evidence of terrorism.
Sen. Ron Johnson wants to see the administration's legal justification.
A bipartisan pair of lawmakers is drafting a resolution to pressure the administration.
The peace process will not succeed unless Obama calls Russia to account.
Senate Republicans want President Obama to sanctions individuals tied to human rights abuses.
Lawmakers are coming down to the wire on legislation.
The latest tally comes after Centcom announced 2 deaths and 4 injuries in recent strikes.
The student was reportedly detained Jan. 2.
Earnest said Alexander Litvinenko's death could have been "lifted right out of a spy novel."
An inquiry concluded Putin had likely overseen Alexander Litvinenko's murder.
The changes approved by Congress last year have yet to take effect.
The CDC has issued a travel alert for pregnant women visiting areas that are prone to the virus.
South Sudan is still at war, and predictions of a failed state seem inevitable.
Satellite surveillance shows the groundwork being laid for a launch of some kind.
Tourist activities remain prohibited.
He assailed companies that "run away from America to avoid paying taxes."
Talks have been pushed back to Friday.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto made the pledge on Friday.
The Departments of Justice, Defense and others were all down Friday morning.
The government is waging the heaviest security crackdown in Egyptian history.
As the Saudis see it, the US cannot protect Saudi interests, nor even its own.
With attention shifting to nuclear deal enforcement, we must not lose sight of human rights.
The comments seem to be a shot at Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.