“It looks like it was targeted towards Americans to some degree," said Rep. Devin Nunes.
A U.S. service member and his family were among those injured.
A Belgian prosecutor named Ibrahim and Khalid El Bakraoui.
"We have to change our laws so we can fight at least on an almost equal basis."
One employee suffered minor injuries in one of the blasts.
"I know the history, but I refuse to be trapped by it," the president said.
Clinton pushed back on Trump's claim that he could close the borders after a terror attack.
The pro-Israel group said it is “deeply sorry” for what Trump said about the president.
Raúl Castro told reporters he would release prisoners if given a list.
"A confident America does not shirk our commitments or shunt aside our allies," he said.
Raúl Castro offered a terse response to a question on human rights.
Todd Stern, who had a lead role in the Paris climate talks, is leaving the administration.
The resolution expresses condolences for the victims.
The vice president and his wife honored the victims of Tuesday's terror attacks.
The attacks put in sharp focus the failed European policy toward migrants.
Blasts in Brussels come four months after deadly attacks in Paris.
"We do not have an accurate figure right now,” the State Department said.
After Brussels, Cruz slams Trump's call to rethink U.S. involvement in NATO.
"This is one continuous assault on all of us,” the Israeli prime minister says.
The president said he'd be "happy" to meet with Castro to end "this Cold War chapter."
Sen. Ted Cruz landed an immediate blow on GOP presidential rival Donald Trump at AIPAC.
Moving the embassy from Tel Aviv could break two decades of bipartisan U.S. policy.
The sit-down is the most substantial attempt yet to make progress on restoring relations.
“There’s a bond there that breaks parties," said Rep. Kevin McCarthy.