VIDEO | A suicide car bomber attacked a NATO convoy in Kabul.
State Department press secretary John Kirby said troops were "ready for action."
Fadhil Ahmad al-Hayali was killed in a U.S. military air strike on Aug. 18.
The president is planning a webcast to build support among a key demographic.
Officials wouldn't identify the employees but said their emails were accessed.
Time will tell whether the Greek prime minister's call for elections is genius or foolhardy.
Six in 10 Americans also disapprove of Obama's handling of Iran ties.
No casualties have been reported.
The two emails discussing Benghazi have been in the public domain since May.
Huckabee in Jerusalem pledged he "would most certainly undo" the nuclear Iran deal.
The lawmakers want answers on whether the administration was briefed on the deals.
After inking cyber deals with the U.S., India and the UAE are strengthening their own ties.
VIDEO | Officials are holding talks to try to ease tensions.
One of the Americans who took down the gunman is in the military.
They said the conviction demonstrates Putin's "complete disregard for international law."
The former German spy was arrested last summer amid a low in U.S.-German relations.
North Korea told its front-line troops “to be fully battle ready,” according to state media.
Ash Carter said "Vladimir Putin's Russia behaves ... as an antagonist."
"The same people that rushed us into war in Iraq want to sink the new agreement," it says.
China's actions continue a decades-long attack on US manufacturing.
Sen. Cornyn's comments follow new revelations about alleged secret side deals.
Rubio wants to see any letters the administration sent to foreign governments.
Should policymakers do more than just continuing efforts to reignite economic growth at home?
The company is planning to fly a Boeing 737 from Los Angeles International Airport to Havana.