Nord Stream 2 AG, owned by Russian state company Gasprom, got waivers on sanctions over its project to deliver gas from Russia to Europe.
President Joe Biden is facing pushback from some members of Congress who say they weren't briefed on his upcoming announcement that he'll remove U.S. troops from Afghanistan by a new September 11 deadline and have more questions about what will happen in the region.
The president fired State Department Inspector General Steve Linick, prompting Republican Utah Senator Mitt Romney to describe the move as a "threat to accountable democracy."
Both houses of Congress have passed resolutions acknowledging the 20th century atrocity, which Turkey still denies happened.
The 20th century genocide killed more than 1 million people, and the Turkish government still denies it occurred.
New Jersey Democratic Senator Bob Menendez said it's no coincidence that Russia continues getting foreign policy victories over the Trump administration.
The Democratic senator described Trump's missive to Turkey's president as "one heck of an interesting letter."
President Donald Trump's decision undermined America's interests, Democratic lawmakers argued.
An investigation followed the State Department's withdrawal of an award to an investigative journalist who had criticized President Donald Trump.
"There should be no Democrats on the fence on this issue," Fox News Business host Trish Regan argued.
Vladimir Putin's government has already taken steps to protect the Russian economy against such "racketeering attacks," Dmitry Peskov, Putin's spokesman, said.
Former U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Thomas Homan told Fox News Tuesday he'd rather put illegal aliens in jail for a DUI than pursue white collar criminals.
President Donald Trump ignored a deadline to provide more answers on the Saudi crown prince's alleged role in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi. Now senators are coming after him.
The 2016 presidential candidate is charging top dollar for a steakhouse campaign dinner supporting a senator in his re-election effort.
Senator Bob Menendez, who introduced the legislation, said if a dog can be sent into battle, a medal can be pinned to its collar.
Republicans cite the nuclear activity as a direct result of Obama's "weak" foreign policy.
Critics of the Iran nuclear accord don't appear to have enough votes to override Barack Obama's veto.
The New Jersey Democrat sats his 14-count corruption indictment is politically motivated.
When it comes to Obama's relationship with Menendez it's, um, complicated. What's a president to do?