Macron warned this week that the NATO alliance was experiencing "brain death" as a result of erratic U.S. foreign policy.
The 30-year-old officer, named only as Eduardo N., was killed on Wednesday in the city of Culiacan, Sinaloa.
The International Institute for Strategic Studies said Tehran has established a regional network of some 200,000 fighters.
Trump has repeatedly called on China to do more to stem the flow of fentanyl into the U.S., where it is helping drive the opioid crisis.
Pyongyang warned that the planned aerial drill will "throw a wet blanket" on struggling negotiations.
The French president warned that America's withdrawal will not derail the initiative, and said he deplores such a move.
The former White House communications director admitted that his past support for the administration was a mistake.
Junis Ho was attacked on Wednesday morning while campaigning for local elections to be held at the end of this month.
Graham said Tuesday that evidence against Trump from Gordon Sondland's testimony was a "bunch of BS."
This week marks the 40th anniversary of the storming of the U.S. embassy in Tehran, an event that marked the start of a decades-long stand off between Washington and Iran.
The Israeli government and right-wing NGOs have sought to suppress the pro-Palestinian boycott, divestment and sanctions movement.
The former ambassador to Ukraine told House investigators she was the victim of a smear campaign by some of the president's most senior advisers.
Speaking at a Trump rally in Kentucky, Sen. Rand Paul claimed to know the identity of the whistleblower and called on the media to unmask them.
Iran is widely expected to make extensive use of its special operation forces and regional proxy militias in a hypothetical future war with the U.S.
Gorbachev signed several pivotal anti-nuclear proliferation agreements with the U.S. during his time as the last leader of the Soviet Union.
On Sunday the president claimed that even if he did push the Ukrainian president for a quid pro quo, it would not be an impeachable offense.
Foreign ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said the international community had the right to question the U.S. policy.
The dictator suggested Trump's transactional foreign policy is illustrative of America's global approach.
On Tuesday, the Senate unanimously agreed to a new bill fortifying U.S. support for Taiwan, which Beijing considers a future part of a unified China.
North Korea fired two missiles into the sea off its eastern coast on Thursday as denuclearization negotiations with the U.S. remain stalled.
The unnamed informant's family reportedly suffered under Islamic State rule prompting him to seek revenge, General Mazloum Abdi said.
Vindman complained to Eisenberg—the White House legal adviser for national security issues—about the administration's approach to Ukraine at least twice.
More than 1,250 people have been killed by police this year under the watch of the far-right president, who came to office promising a zero-tolerance approach to crime.
Two bills passed the House with overwhelming bipartisan support on Tuesday, one recognizing the Armenian genocide and the other calling for sanctions on Turkish officials.
The Watergate special counsel investigation found an 18.5 minute gap in Nixon's recorded phone calls, which Harvard Law School professor Laurence Tribe compared to gaps in the Trump-Zelenskiy memo.
The House voted overwhelmingly to support the bill recognizing the early 20th century genocide, in which more than 1 million Armenians are thought to have been killed.
Vindman sat in on the July phone call between Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and was concerned about what was discussed.
John Yoo, who penned the infamous Bush-era "Torture Memos," suggested that Vindman's Ukrainian background should be cause for concern.
Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman was on the call between President Donald Trump and his Ukrainian counterpart and raised concerns about the conversation to a superior.