The president urged Israeli and Palestinian leaders to work to "lower tensions."
Two men entered the synagogue armed with guns, knives and axes.
Kerry said the military campaign against the group is having a "significant impact."
The Maryland governor is a potential 2016 Dem presidential contender.
Obama said the world rightly associates ISIS with inhumanity.
Clapper said he was “quite apprehensive” when touching down in Pyongyang.
ISIS "has to be defeated," the Israeli prime minister said.
"I think he should have a much more vigorous air campaign," the former Iraq envoy said.
A GOP Congress could doom what Obama hopes will be a legacy achievement.
Obama took an aggressive stance toward China and defended his administration’s pivot to Asia.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced a bill that aims to help Hong Kong’s democracy.
The CDC sees signs U.S. efforts are helping to slow the epidemic in Africa.
The Senate's top Republican is “strongly opposed” to a reform bill.
The State Department said it believes hacking "incidents" on its network are related.
Senate Democratic leaders said the president's executive orders are needed because of House...
The senator said President Obama shouldn’t trust China to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.
The Daily Mail cites a nurse at a hospital in Syria.
He would not address comments from an Obama official who called him "chickens---."
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ISIS captured American aid worker Peter Kassig in 2013.
“Sooner or later, it will begin to affect you as much as us,” he said.
"Broadly, I don't see those two uniting, at least yet," said James Clapper.
"We did that before, and it didn't work," said Rep. Adam Smith about U.S. ground troops.
Keeping Aung San Suu Kyi from running for president "doesn't make much sense," he says.