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."
Just over 60 percent said they now support Obama’s 2011 decision.
Holmes Norton said the measure is offensive and will hurt minorities in the District.
There has been bipartisan concern over the qualifications of some of Obama's picks.
McCain says Obama has “done almost nothing” to improve the situation on the ground in Iraq.
Polls have shown disapproval for the administration's foreign policy.
The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria is precipitating what has always been an inevitable breakup of...
Kerry said their cooperation has been critical to help "draw a line" in fight against ISIS.
A call between the two leaders came amid a cease-fire agreement between Kiev and separatists.
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.
Ambassador Peter Westmacott said it's necessary that "real secrets remain secret."
Observers hope a senior Chinese official's visit to Taiwan will signal Chinese flexibility.
Nine service members were lost in the attack by pro-Russian separatists.
Abdullah Abdullah has hired Sanitas International to advocate for "free and fair elections."
They are pressing the Obama administration to justify the potential use of force in Iraq.
Putin asked Russian lawmakers to revoke his right to use troops in Ukraine.
Some 52 percent of respondents give Obama negative marks.
The deal clears the way for 300 advisers to begin helping combat a Sunni insurgency.
Kerry called the convictions "chilling" and "draconian."