The democratic island is one of the flashpoints where the simmering U.S.-China confrontation could escalate into open conflict.
The latest deadly shipwreck marks a growing issue from the country—last month, at least 55 migrants were found dead off the coast of Libya.
Afghans should support the current U.S. peace plan.
The proposed memorial would be established on the National Mall near to similar commemorations.
Ahead of a proposed withdrawal U.S. troops from Iraq and Afghanistan by mid-January, national security adviser Robert O'Brien says president wanted "to put a stop to America's endless wars."
Chinese Navy releases images showing amphibious crafts offloading troops and armored vehicles in a simulated beach assault amid heightened tensions between Beijing and Taipei.
In a recent survey about cross-strait safety, over 90 percent of respondents in Taiwan said they hoped for a "peaceful coexistence" with China, but nearly 80 percent were also ready to fight.
Robertson said Trump's re-election will usher in an era of assassination attempts, civil unrest, world war and ultimately the "End Times."
On Thursday Trump surprised many by saying troops should be out by Christmas, a plan military officials described as "ridiculous."
The challenge of educating during a national crisis has long plagued contexts of war and displacement.
Every helicopter, soldier or dollar sent overseas means there is one less helicopter, soldier or dollar to help Americans when a pandemic or natural disaster hits.
Jamil N. Jaffer of George Mason University's Antonin Scalia Law School debates Bonnie Kristian of Defense Priorities.
We are already engaged in a very real cyber war. We must recognize and confront reality.
The Democrat-media cabal is clearly starting to worry that President Trump might be re-elected.
The treasury secretary said the national debt won't be dealt with until after the COVID-19 pandemic.
The terrorist group Hezbollah is currently in effective control of Lebanon.
The CIA should not have free rein with a tactic that could implicate the United States in a new war—in the worst-case scenario, nuclear conflict with Russia or China.
A decades-long obsession with Iranian regime change continues to harm U.S. national interests.
Memorial Day is perfect time to ponder why America is worth fighting for.
The risk isn't that Tehran could defeat the U.S. in a conventional military conquest but that it could bleed us dry with our largest, costliest forever war yet.
Staying home feels un-American compared with the great war efforts of the past, but once again, we will do what must be done—and emerge as a better, stronger nation.
The U.S. Navy is scrambling to contain its first at-sea coronavirus outbreak after more than two dozen sailors tested positive aboard the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt.
Long, expensive wars with oil-rich nations like Iran could be a thing of the past if we'd invest in something borderless, like solar and wind.
After the failure of another U.N.-backed conference, Turkey and Russia are advancing their interests and undermining Western influence in the Mediterranean.
On Thursday's episode of 'Washington Watch with Tony Perkins,' Family Research Council director of Christian Ethics and Biblical Worldview David Closson said the killing of Soleimani was justified by the Bible. "All killing is tragic," Closson said, "but sometimes it's necessary."