The former governor said foreign policy should be conducted by the president.
A top Obama aide warned that legislation could set a "potentially damaging precedent."
Quiz highlights quotations about Iran nuclear talks.
Obama appealed directly to Chinese leader Xi Jinping to stop a pending law.
Maybe it makes sense to look at his record.
The program allows citizens from 38 countries to visit the U.S. without a visa.
The department says Clinton used her own phone while serving as secretary.
A petition tells Clinton to avoid a "conflict of interest" on the pipeline.
Germany's foreign minister said it had created "mistrust."
House Foreign Affairs members want Twitter to help users report "terrorist content."
At the UN, she built upon her landmark 1995 speech advocating for women's rights.
Secretary of State Kerry ripped the letter at a Wednesday hearing.
Kerry said the letter from 47 GOP senators presents "false information."
The U.S. and its allies are ratcheting up their military presence in the Persian Gulf.
Officials are bringing home other health workers who may be at risk for the disease.
America has given the opposition a total of $400 million in assistance.
But Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) defended the "content" of the letter.
Romney urges Obama to "walk away" from his "flimsy nuclear agreement."
Netanyahu's party released a campaign ad with footage of the speech.
The survey comes with GOP lawmakers warning Iran they can void any deal.
“Fifty million Americans have dementia and other brain illnesses,” Chaka Fattah says.
"This is the nature of their tricks and deceptions," Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says.
"I believe we are hearing echoes of history," the senator said.
Shabtai Shavit said Netanyahu's visit to Washington "caused damage to the state of Israel."