There is already "bregret" over the vote to leave the EU.
Militant Islamist attacks grew from 171 in 2009 to 738 attacks in 2015.
Kerry says it's important that "nobody loses their head" after Brexit vote.
The draft law requires firms to “accept supervision by both government and the public."
Kerry predicts "an even stronger NATO going forward."
We must pay as much attention to a country's governance as we do the troops we train.
The NBA legend was named the first U.S. basketball envoy to Cuba.
The decision will likely echo through trading floors and political institutions for years.
Boeing said that selling passenger planes to Iran was part of the nuclear agreement's talks.
His speech yesterday had outright factual mistakes but also some encouraging signs.
Thursday’s referendum leaves Washington officials with little to do but wring their hands.
There is no guarantee the planes won't be used to airlift weapons and militia to Syria.
The countries will announce a new joint energy platform this week.
"We had contingency plans for both outcomes," an Obama aide said.
Forcibly returning Somali refugees back to Somalia is not the solution.
“I promise I will make the Secretary look good," Rajiv Fernando said.
The deal was cheered by the Obama administration.
Britons made a noble choice to take control and win back their democracy.
Months ago, President Obama lobbied the British public to remain in the EU.
Trump slammed Obama for lobbying Britain to stay in the EU.
At least 25 people are believed to be injured.
The vote is also a referendum on the populist challenge to political and economic liberty.
The world's No. 4 golfer is the most famous athlete yet to skip the Brazil games.
The question is not an easy one, but the EU has increasingly become anti-democratic.