Trump has nominated Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan to fill the position, pending a full Senate vote.
The U.S. will cut its contribution to the direct NATO budget, which covers maintenance of the NATO headquarters, joint security investments and some combined military operations.
The bill will allow the U.S. to sanction Hong Kong and Chinese officials accused of human rights abuses and undermining the autonomy of the territory.
The president has publicly antagonized America's European Union allies, even describing the bloc as a "foe."
More than 1 million people are believed to be detained in "re-education" camps in the restive western Chinese province of Xinjiang.
The former national security adviser has so far refused to testify to House investigators, even threatening legal action if he is subpoenaed.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said in 2018 that the Avangard hypersonic missile is "invulnerable to intercept."
Turkey began radar testing of its Russian-made S-400 anti-aircraft system on Monday, the purchase of which has created friction with Washington.
Putin succeeded Yeltsin to become president in 1999, and has ruled Russia throughout the two decades since.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Conservative allies have touted a free-trade agreement with the U.S. as a solution to Britain's expected post-Brexit economic woes.
Pro-democracy candidates swept the board in local council elections this weekend, winning almost 90 percent of seats.
Pro-democracy candidates swept the local elections to take 17 of 18 district councils and almost 90 percent of all seats.
Robert Anderson said that the 2016 interference would not be a one-off, and that Moscow operatives likely never stopped their activities.
Netanyahu is facing criminal charges for bribery, fraud and breach of trust, having also twice failed to build a coalition following two inconclusive general elections.
Gibney told Newsweek that some of the parallels between the rise of Putin and that of Trump are "ineluctable."
Hill condemned GOP members for propagating the conspiracy theory that Ukraine meddled in the 2016 presidential elections, stressing that Russia was the culprit.
The president has repeatedly maligned the Cold War-era alliance, even suggesting the pact is obsolete.
Beijing considers the island nation to be a part of China and has long vowed to bring it under the control of the Communist Party.
The new legislation—which would allow the U.S. to sanction Chinese officials who abuse human rights in Hong Kong—has been passed by the House and the Senate and now awaits the president's signature.
Little of note has been achieved in the 18 months since President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un signed a vague agreement on denuclearization in Singapore.
Mohamed Ali's videos condemning the corruption of Abdel Fattah el-Sisi's regime sparked violent protests in September.
Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman, a key witness in the impeachment investigation, has been consistently maligned by Trump and his allies as an untrustworthy partisan official.
The annual Global Terrorism Index said that the number of terrorist deaths worldwide fell significantly from 2017 to 2018.
The anonymous author of a new book—"A Warning"—claimed the president keeps staffers in line by fostering an environment where they could lose their jobs at any moment.
Sondland has emerged as a central figure in the impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump over his contact with Ukraine.
At least six people have so far been killed in the unrest, which erupted last week over increases in the price of gasoline.
Trump underwent a two-hour medical check up on Friday that did not appear on his schedule and had not been announced to the press.
The president publicly backed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the aftermath of the killing despite evidence of his involvement.
Police pushed onto the Polytechnic University campus early on Monday in an effort to end the standoff with anti-government students who have occupied the site.
President Donald Trump has said a force of Americans will remain in the east of the country to guard the oil fields there.