Kim Dong Chul, 60, admittted to "unpardonable espionage" against North Korea's government.
Bush defended his brother's legacy, noting that after 9/11 "no one attacked us again."
The Kentucky senator says backing war in Syria is "a recipe for disaster."
Carson sought to discuss ways to check Putin's power instead.
Rubio said Russia was targeting non-ISIS rebel groups to prop up Assad.
Surprisingly, the former secretary of State has avoided talking about foreign policy.
Sen. Bob Corker blasted Russia's "recognition of an illegal rebel vote" in Ukraine.
Let’s hope American leaders are not so naive to buy Iran's tactics.
“They want to be part of NATO,” said McCain, calling for a military assistance plan.
It's the first delivery of American aid to Ukraine following Russia’s annexation of Crimea.
In speech, the president looked to intensify the isolation of Russia.
Members of Congress are leaning on Europe to back meaningful sanctions on Russia.
"We can't undo what is the greatness of America," Albright says.
"I can’t understand what he’s saying half the time," Graham said.
“They sized up and said, ‘If we use ground forces … America will do nothing about it.' "
Bringing Syrian refugees to the U.S., he says, "makes no sense."
The bill comes after the World Trade Oganization said the U.S. rule violates trade obligations.
The country-of-origin regulations drew fire from foreign competitors and the U.S. industry.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) lowered its global trade growth forecast for 2014 and 2015 after...
Dems want more protections for garment workers, who help supply leading U.S. retail chains.
Jay Carney said a team of more than two-dozen was "up and running at our embassy.”
The move comes amid growing uncertainty in Ukraine.
Senate Foreign Relations Committee is set to vote on an aid bill for Ukraine on Wednesday.
Obama made clear his wish is to leave a small number of troops behind for security.