NATO countries were waiting for the U.S. to detail its help for the rapid reaction force.
While the euro could survive without Greece, it's difficult to see it doing so without Italy.
The info was included in a trove of cables from Saudi Arabia's foreign ministry.
Top Democrats say they want to find a "fair, reasonable and responsible path forward."
The president plans to host an iftar dinner at the conclusion of the holy month.
State officials are attending a three-day summit with cyber experts from Canada and Mexico.
Vladimir Putin wants to add 40 new intercontinental ballistic missiles to its arsenal.
The attacks on the Syrian opposition have been "significantly documented," Kerry says.
Michelle Obama announced a $200 million U.S.-U.K. partnership on African girls' education.
Three Americans remain in Iranian custody on what the U.S. government has described as dubious...
Officials ruled out a cyber attack as the cause of the outage.
Previously high tensions between the U.S. and Germany are cooling.
The recent hack will likely come up with Chinese officials in Washington this week.
As of this World Refugee Day, there are more refugees than at any time since the end of World War...
The WTO has granted our neighbors the right to respond to country of origin labeling.
For Tehran, money buys weapons, and weapons buy power and influence.
The czar would be the point person for talks ahead of the June 30 deadline.
Wednesday's vote will test the House's will to pass a war authorization.
Rep. Trey Gowdy escorted the California Republican from the closed-door deposition.
Kerry participated on a video conference, as he recovers from a broken leg.
Leaders express dedication to EU values, but media crackdowns and a new law prove otherwise.
"She would be beat by all of us, except Rand Paul,” he said.
Susan Collins wants the annual defense policy bill to demand a plan from Obama.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn was charged with "aggravated pimping."