At the meeting with Kim Jong Un in Singapore, President Trump made Chinese leaders happy but sandbagged his own Pentagon.
Donald Trump's summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may last only a few hours—but that's enough time to worry leaders in Beijing and Tokyo.
For an administration that is dealing with Pyongyang's nuclear program, there's a big dilemma: The strategy's contentious language about China, in particular, may make it harder to try to enlist Beijing's help.
Once a staunch Reagan Republican, Laura Ingraham has become Trump's top tub-thumper—and Fox's new star. But is her love for the Donald genuine or something more cynical?
Meaning "compromising information," kompromat has taken hold in U.S. politics and media.
China's building spree on remote islands in the South China Sea has its neighbors worried and turning to Washington.
The Apple case has raised the issue of whether the tech giant gives foreign governments things it refuses to give to the FBI.
Homegrown extremists such as the San Bernardino attackers give ISIS a terrifying new weapon.
Don't expect the Paris attacks to mark the end of a war that began almost a decade and a half ago.