A North Korean spokesperson said the North would push forward with its nuclear plans.
Veterans of multiple presidential administrations, including John Kerry and Madeleine Albright, write that the revised order reinforces ISIS propaganda to disaffected Muslims.
The Netherlands became the latest European country to restrict campaigning for Erdogan's drive for sweeping new powers.
Several Republicans express concern over reports of a possible one-third reduction in funds earmarked for overseas initiatives.
A new poll shows which world events Russians recall best from the past year.
The secretary of state requires special skills, the author writes.
Flynn whitewashes Erdogan's embrace of Hamas and the Syrian tyrant al-Bashir.
From the Middle East to Asia, no one's quite sure of Donald Trump's approach—and that's fine with him.
Rights groups say hundreds have been killed protesting the government's approach to land and political rights.
Robby Mook suggests that Hillary Clinton's campaign invites extra scrutiny by being so transparent.
The rampage in Juba did not see UN troops, stationed only a mile away, intervene.
Five of the new foreign secretary's biggest gaffes.
A surge in applications for Irish passports following Brexit puts pressure on country's consular offices.
By moving left on the issues Sanders cares about, Clinton could increase her appeal to Sanders supporters, independents and some Republicans.
Domestic issues usually predominate but Hillary Clinton is seizing on Trump's incendiary foreign policy rhetoric as his biggest weakness.
Each year, the federal government sends $35 billion in economic aid to 140 countries. By comparison, U.S. residents send $123 billion in remittances overseas.
The conversation during the first 30 minutes of the two-hour debate was focused on ISIS and the Middle East.