Russian aggression will be high on lawmakers' minds when they mark up a defense bill.
The agency called on North Korea to "refrain from actions that further destabilize the region."
The decision is the first time a case of its kind has been allowed to proceed.
Obama hit back at allegations he snubbed the U.K. by removing a bust of the former leader.
The laws “are wrong,” Obama said during a press conference in London.
The president's refusal to use the term breaks a 2008 campaign promise.
The 32 tons of heavy water will cost roughly $8.6 million.
The heavy water purchase is intended to help shore up the White House's nuclear deal.
Managing the relationship going forward won't be easy.
“LGBT travellers may be affected" by laws in North Carolina and Mississippi, the U.K.'s Foreign...
The U.S. shouldn't take its eye off Saudi Arabia, Sen. Chris Murphy argued.
“I think the trip to Cuba was probably enough in terms of, you know, breaking a longstanding taboo."
The widening rift between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia led Obama to a chilly reception.
North Korea has upped its military activity in recent weeks.
Trump was originally set to speak at the National Press Club.
Obama's comments will be interpreted by some as a threat.
More than 170 nations are signing the Paris climate deal on Friday.
John Kirby highlighted the "almost xenophobic ideas" in the White House race.
Boris Johnson has faced backlash over the comment.
"The European Union doesn’t moderate British influence — it magnifies it," he says.
The State Department plans to bring in at least 8,700 Syrian refugees by Sept. 30.
That's the cost for 20 months of military operations.
"We remain united in our fight to destroy" ISIS, Obama said at a summit in Saudi Arabia.
The bill would let the families of 9/11 victims sue the Saudi government.