Officials have privately accused Beijing of the massive cyber strike on government data.
French President François Hollande called Obama to discuss the NSA's spying.
Documents show that the NSA intercepted communications of three French presidents.
The lawmakers are concerned about Palestinian children detained by the Israeli military.
The new report could bolster the White House's case for a deal.
The strike occurred in Mosul on June 15 and targeted a "person of interest" on Benghazi.
Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work expects limits on Pentagon spending to be lifted.
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.
With only days left for the talks, the GOP takes aim at the White House's agreement.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei accuses the U.S. of "excessive coercion."
UN peacekeepers are currently the world's single largest deployed military force.
Documents show that the U.S. spied on at least the last three French presidents.
“The world depends on our mutual success,” he said at the start of a three-day summit.
Thousands died during weeks of conflict last summer in Gaza.
The presidential candidate wants to reduce State Department funding every 30 days.
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.