"We want to be prepared, just in case,” Secretary Hagel said.
The president said the CIA's methods did "significant damage to America's standing."
Josh Earnest said reports of possible sanctions were "completely unfounded."
India will announce its plans for fighting climate change by June of next year.The Economic Times...
Prince William and the duchess of Cambridge have events planned in New York.
"Nobody can argue with the commitment of this administration to Israel's security," she said.
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf will testify on the Ebola crisis.
We must reflect our best selves to each other and to the world.
"This is my chance to really say thank you," Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) said.
"A matter of that importance should not be tucked into a huge NDAA," they wrote.
Three other Americans have been executed since the summer by ISIS.
Rand Paul said supporters disappointed by Obama's U.S. involvement in war against ISIS.
Rep. Walter Jones (R-N.C.) said the NDAA was put on the House floor without enough time to...
The Senate passed a bill to sanction Venezuelan leaders violating the human rights of protestors.
"The world knows we tortured," the senator says.
The country nonetheless praised the “righteous deed.”
Kerry said he has repeatedly raised Jason Rezaian's case with Iranian officials.
The DOJ says Mostafa Awwad offered to steal the USS Gerald Ford's schematics.
Believers in democracy and human rights should give the Kurds a standing ovation.
"There's not a snowball's chance in Gila Bend, Ariz.," the senator says.
A Thursday report is the first indication that U.S. troops are free from prosecution.
The House passed a resolution condemning Russian President Vladimir Putin's "policy of aggression"...
Economic realities will force Putin to tack back to the center on some issues.
The House cleared legislation to the president that would extend the Pentagon's ability to transfer...