John McCain and Lindsey Graham said the threats to the U.S. are real.
The Democrat said both administrations put too much confidence in the prime minister.
Israel's ambassador to the U.S. said the suspects “will not be hailed as heroes.”
The administration faces a July 20 deadline on reaching a nuclear deal with Iran.
It is widely believed the Palestinian youth was murdered in an act of revenge.
A 31-year-old German man has been accused of spying for the U.S.
The teen's body was found Wednesday morning in what Palestinians say is a revenge killing.
The Russian president expressed hope that the U.S. and Russia can improve their relations.
The leaders consulted about how to get peace talks in Ukraine back on track.
The Ukrainian president has indicated he's open to a ceasefire with separatists.
The Joint Chiefs chairman says Iraqi forces appear "capable of defending Baghdad."
Sen. Cornyn blamed the president’s executive order for the massive increase.
The Republican suggested dispatching Secretary of State John Kerry to Israel to show support.
The Republican senator said Obama is “projecting worldwide U.S. weakness.”
The teen, a cousin of a Palestinian teenager abducted and killed, is a U.S. citizen.
In an interview, Clinton said she hopes Edward Snowden returns to the U.S.
The news marks a rare triumph for Petro Poroshenko's forces.
"I will never give up on my candidacy for the post of prime minister," Nouri al-Maliki said.
Ukraine has proposed a time and a place for talks on Saturday.
Foreign policy successes don't always have to be huge victories.
President Obama earlier this week announced he was sending another 200 troops to Iraq.
“We continue to believe that Iraq is stronger if it's united,” Josh Earnest said.
Sixty-one percent of people in one poll said it was wrong to invade Iraq.
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