Belgian officials say they've found a hideout used by Paris conspirators.
Iran has cut off Saudi imports as the regional powers square off.
Carter said patrol was in "full accordance with international law," in a letter to McCain.
The GOP contender said China should rein in its ally after Pyongyang conducted a nuclear test.
NATO's secretary general called on Pyongyang to work with the international community.
"Obviously, it’s something that we’re concerned about," a top U.S. envoy said.
Mohammed Rasool has been freed after 131 days in jail.
Tensions are rising after the execution of a well-known Shiite cleric.
At least four countries have rolled back diplomatic ties with Iran.
"I would expect major gains going forward," Michael Morell said.
Jerrold Nadler said the nuclear agreement has already shown signs of progress.
The document says Russia’s expanded role globally has caused “counteraction from the USA."
The Senate's inability to confirm diplomatic nominees “hurts our country," Kerry said.
Analysis is "not consistent" with North Korean claims, says the White House.
The U.N. Security Council promised "further significant measures" after the nuclear test.
"They have just not acted strongly at all around the world," he said.
The Obama administration arrested scores set for deportation over the weekend.
The debate is in response to a petition that has more than 550,000 signatures.
Saudi Arabia has seen its clout diminished by the administration’s nuclear deal with Iran.
The move comes amid mounting tensions over the execution of a Shiite cleric.
A look at several common trends affecting the continent in the new year.
A bill signed by Obama requires the State Department to produce an international cyber policy.
Protesters broke furniture, smashed windows and set fire to an annex of the building.
Nimr al-Nimr was a critic of the Saudi royal family and a key figure in anti-government protests.