Chinese tariffs on high-tech steel cost U.S. exporters more than $250 million annually.
“America’s approach to Cuba is at a crossroads,” she says.
The Chinese capital will have the shortest gap between games in modern Olympic history.
Israel has a tremendous stake in this debate, but there is no one "pro-Israel" position.
Rep. John Larson's bill would allow the use of armed forces, under certain conditions.
“As people know more about it, they become more opposed to it,” he said.
Before signing the Iran deal, Obama administration officials often repeated an "I think I can't"...
The plane went missing in March 2014, touching off a months-long international search.
The 2016 contender is taking an early strike ahead of Clinton's speech later this week.
The U.S. needs new authority to do so since it has cut off relations with Syria.
The Taliban has neither confirmed nor denied those reports.
“They’re two rogue nations," warned Rep. Ted Poe.
The administration mocked Cotton's claims that he discovered secret deals with Iran.
U.S. officials have been able to peer within Japan's power structure since at least 2007.
U.S. agencies say ISIS is just as strong as it was a year ago.
The sanctions hit two-dozen people or entitites in Russia and Ukraine.
The Senate took a major step toward ending the 40-year-old ban Thursday.
Reports Wednesday confirmed the death of the group's first leader, Mullah Omar.
A group of pro-trade House Democrats penned a letter on Wednesday calling on the Obama...
The bill represents one of the final steps in Obama's trade agenda.
“I’m just so horrified," says Rep. Gerald Connolly.
The announcement will come in a speech on Friday.
Russian propaganda is a direct assault on democratic values and deeply harms U.S. interests.
The senator grilled Obama officials about the plan for a consolidated training facility in Virginia.