Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi resigned in the midst of a standoff with rebels.
If Iraq's economy suffers, he says, its military could falter as well.
NIH and CDC will test the vaccines in Liberia and Sierra Leone.
Sen. McCain said it "will not have significant impact" on stopping ISIS.
The delay could be seen as an olive branch to the Obama administration.
Corker said "a lot of water ... will go under the bridge" before Netanyahu trip.
The Army's top commander in Europe, Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges, said Wednesday that Russia has "doubled"...
Clinton imagines how Putin would handle a presidential announcement.
Sen. Marco Rubio pressed Tony Blinken to explain testimony he has called "clearly evasive."
The bill would allow Congress to restore sanctions after talks are completed.
“I expect the president is going to send an authorization to the Congress," he said.
Netanyahu would speak to the joint session next month.
The lawmakers said Obama should take steps to change "Putin's calculus."
A U.S. ambassador said 6,000 ISIS fighters have been killed in airstrikes.
An artillery shell struck a civilian bus on Thursday, killing at least eight.
An official said a meeting would come too close to elections in Israel.
The government in Yemen has tentatively agreed to rewrite parts of the country’s constitution.
Israeli prime minister is coming to Capitol Hill next month.
American Saeed Abedini has been detained in Iran for nearly 800 days.
Rep. Adam Schiffsaid the U.S. should be doing "whatever possible" to help.
Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) said trade deals unfairly impact racial minorities in the U.S.
"Deterrence has to have meaning," Zbigniew Brzezinski told Congress Wednesday.
"He's the guy in charge of this," said Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.).
"I think the president is living in a make-believe world," Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) said.