After years of 'maximum pressure', the political narrative in Iran is beginning to favor local hardliners, forecasted to win the presidency in June. Trump may have pre-emptively torpedoed American diplomacy for the next Administration.
Thursday's Nashville match up was a less chaotic affair than the first presidential debate, helped by the moderators' mute button.
Russian officials have repeatedly framed complaints about election meddling as fake news and Russophobia.
The U.S. is pushing to deploy hypersonic missiles across its service branches to maintain its military edge on rivals including Russia and China.
DNI John Ratcliffe said Wednesday that Iran had obtained voter information and sent threatening emails to undermine the Trump campaign.
Sudan—on the State Sponsors of Terrorism list since 1993—has reached a deal with Trump to pay compensation to terror victims.
The dossier claimed the president was involved in "substantial" corruption in China which "would be potentially very damaging" to his presidential campaign.
Iranian officials have condemned the U.S. for imposing additional rounds of sanctions even as the country grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new poll conducted for Newsweek found that Americans of all ages and religions would prefer Biden to lead the U.S. through a conflict.
Lonnie Durfee, 49, reportedly told the victim he had been struggling with addiction and the death of his son in August.
The U.S. and Taliban signed a peace deal in February that has already seen thousands of American soldiers return home, but a full inter-Afghan agreement remains elusive.
The hard drive is at the center of allegations that Joe Biden abused his position as Vice President to benefit his son.
The oil is stored aboard the Venezuela-flagged Nabarima vessel, sat idle in the Gulf of Paria since its owner was slapped with U.S. sanctions in January 2019.
Trump's proposed border wall with Mexico came to encapsulate his nationalist, anti-immigration message on the campaign trail in 2016, but the president has not delivered.
Sen. Joni Ernst is in a tough battle to retain her seat, which could have significant implications for the fight to control the next Senate.
Taiwan has long been a flashpoint between Beijing and Washington, D.C., and the Chinese Communist Party maintains its goal of taking control of the island.
Tokyo and Beijing remain locked in a dispute over an uninhabited archipelago in the East China Sea which may be home to oil and natural gas reserves.
The museum in Nantes said Chinese authorities requested control over the show and demanded that "Genghis Khan" and "Mongol" references be removed.
The U.S. military is rushing to catch up with its Russian and Chinese allies, who already field hypersonic missiles.
Judicial officials said they would set up special courts to prosecute those behind sanctions, though this would be a purely symbolic move.
The U.S. has long supported Taiwan against possible Chinese aggression with weapons sales, much to Beijing's annoyance.
The Trump administration has warned that letting the embargo lapse will allow Tehran to flood the Middle East with new weapons.
Grappling with multiple crises, the dictator admitted he had failed to live up to the trust and loyalty of the North Korea people.
U.S. intelligence agencies have said that Russia is attempting to "denigrate" Biden ahead of the election.
The vice president said the Obama administration "hesitated" to approve a raid to rescue American Kayla Mueller in Syria, allowing her ISIS captors to move her to a new location.
The signal on the CNN broadcast in China dropped suddenly as Pence began to blame Beijing for the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Trump's "maximum pressure" campaign has failed to force Tehran to the table, and the odds for a fresh nuclear deal in the next four years look slim.
The U.S. kicked Turkey out of its F-35 stealth jet program last year, fearing Ankara's adoption of Russian anti-aircraft technology might allow Moscow to gather intelligence on the fighter plane.