The country is on alert against "terrorist threats" resulting from turmoil in Iraq.
Michael Wolfe, 23, was arrested trying to travel to Syria, prosecutors say.
The United Nations says another 54,000 have been displaced but are still in Ukraine.
Martin Indyk will return to the Brookings Institution, the State Department said.
Russia opposes the trade deal, which Georgia and Moldova also signed.
Obama said elements of U.S. policy "have been shaped around the World Cup."
“If we had air cover, we would have averted what had happened," the prime minister says.
Angela Merkel has indicated that spying is still a sore spot for Berlin.
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Josh Earnest said Syria's intervention was not "the solution to the threat confronting Iraq."
Sen. Tim Kaine said the president should seek formal authorization before taking action.
An official warned of “merciless” retaliation if U.S. doesn't block film's release.
The U.S. is helping the search for 300 schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram.
Rep. Chris Smith has introduced a bill that would authorize torture treatment programs.
Kerry is meeting with opposition leaders as the U.S. ups aid to the rebels.
The U.S. has been “under serious threat” from Islamist extremists for years, Obama said.
The funds will go to vetted pro-Western Syrian groups.
Facilities like the one in Benghazi lacked adequate or uniform security.
Schiff said strikes would need to be accompanied by Iraqi reforms.
Kerry said he would prefer that the international community not be in "sanction mode.”
Shimon Peres said he’s not sure that the country can remain unified.
"Well, I usually haven’t looked at Bill for advice," Cheney said.
The reports come amid a new peace plan offered by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko.
The Iraqi prime minister said the call to form an emergency government is a "coup."