Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) ramped up his criticism of President Obama in a speech for the Heritage...
Rep. Ted Poe (R-Texas) argued the conspicuous absence suggested the Obama administration didn't...
"[W]e must never hesitate to stand with our allies," Texan wrote in a Time op-ed.
Secretary of State John Kerry said the world's third greatest emitter of fossil fuels is committed...
The White House is expected to provide the list of freed dissidents to lawmakers.
Attorney General Eric Holder was reportedly replaced by the U.S. ambassador to France.
Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) said Europe should tighten its travel restrictions.
“I think we’re doing a good job monitoring those people," he said.
The Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman called for the facility to be closed.
The senator criticized President Obama for restoring relations after 50 years.
Large crowds turn out in cities after three days of terror that shook the country.
North Korea wants U.S. to cancel its annual joint military drills with South Korea this year.
There is increased security at federal buildings and airports, Jeh Johnson said.
Forces carried out 27 airstrikes, hitting targets in both Iraq and Syria.
The potential 2016 contender said it sent the wrong message to the world.
Kerry will reportedly push the country's leaders on counterterrorism policy.
Kerry said the relationship with France "is not about one day."
The gathering was a show of solidarity after 17 people were killed.
"There is a tendency toward political correctness," Sen. John Cornyn said.
Gen. Martin Dempsey said the gunmen have been linked by family and school ties.
Twin blasts killed seven people and injured dozens.
British Prime Minister David Cameron will meet with Obama next Thursday and Friday.
Top international leaders will participate in a silent march on Sunday to protest violence.
The updated alert urges Americans to maintain "a high level of vigilance."