Trump cannot both oppose Iranian regional domination and resign himself to Assad remaining in Syria.
Rouhani said that Washington will pay a "high cost" if Trump makes good on his threats.
The capture of a US citizen fighting for ISIS is leading to a set of legal conundrums.
Israel went from having very little income inequality to the highest inequality in the developed world.
He is the first American citizen to be detained as an enemy combatant by his own government in almost a decade.
Obama advised Putin military intervention in Syria would entrap him in a "quagmire." Putin is now sinking into Quagmire 2.0.
While Rouhani wishes Jews a good Rosh Hashanah, Revolutionary Guards promise an end to the Jewish state.
The Senate Judiciary Committee had spent weeks negotiating to meet with Jim Rybicki and Carl Ghattas.
It is irresponsible to applaud the Kurdish leadership's desire to walk over a cliff.
The Supreme Court has become a target of Israel's right-wing, which accuses it of being a "leftist, elitist institution."
Despite the United States and other allies' best efforts, the first post-ISIS challenge is upon us.
"Smash his head with a rock, run him over with your car, throw him from a high place, choke him, poison him."
The US may stay on as a bulwark against Iranian expansion until the civil conflict comes to an end.
Trump is opposed by the international community, much of his own cabinet and prominent Republicans.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a self-described "flaming feminist litigator," is ready to leave it all on the bench in the upcoming Supreme Court term.
Using North Korea's conduct as an excuse to trash the nuclear agreement with Iran is dangerous ploy.
During 1973's "Saturday Night Massacre," firing the independent prosecutor fell on the solicitor general.
The key problem for Trump's desire to withdraw is simple: Iran is adhering to the deal.
The Justice Department is also looking into Sputnik, another media outlet with ties to the Russian government, a former correspondent has said.
Robert J. Higdon Jr. is Trump's pick for U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina.
Eric Dreiband once defended Abercrombie & Fitch in an employment discrimination case brought by a Muslim woman who alleged the company would not hire her because of her head scarf.
Muslims in America were nearly three times as likely as Christians to say protecting the environment is essential.