Biden had already tweeted a photo of himself with former President Barack Obama with the comment, "Two elections. Zero criminal convictions."
Iran is widely expected to make extensive use of its special operation forces and regional proxy militias in a hypothetical future war with the U.S.
Turkey's offensive into Syria launched a new round of horror and death for fighters and civilians.
Researchers have attempted to create a happiness index based on books and newspaper clippings, with the words used in the text treated as a way to gauge public emotion over the last 200 years.
The White House has said Turkey will now be responsible for ISIS prisoners held by the Kurds, but an invasion of northern Syria could unleash chaos that ISIS fighters would try to exploit.
At least 13 men were killed in fighting in the east of the country between July 18—when the aid freeze was communicated to the State and Defense departments—and its release on September 11.
The study quantifies just how catastrophic and wide-reaching a nuclear conflict between the two nations would be.
So far, Trump has held his fire, wary of igniting a much wider Middle East war that some supporters warn could sink his chances for reelection. But analysts say the region is headed for a major conflagration despite the president's restraint.
Trump has taken issues with China's World Trade Organization status as a "developing nation," as it allows Beijing preferential rules on tariffs.
The U.S. has been sending military aid to Ukraine to help its forces battle Russian-backed separatists in the east of the country.
Sergey Shoigu said Russia will focus on weapons to level the playing field against overwhelming U.S. force.
Retired Admiral William McRaven said the president's team must draw on their expertise to provide Trump with a range of options to respond to the attacks on Saudi Arabia.
The weekend strike on the Saudi Abqaiq facility appears to have dashed any hopes of a detente between Washington and Tehran.
Volodymyr Zelensky also thanked the U.S. for its continued support, noting he hoped to visit the White House soon for a meeting with Trump.
Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger and Florida Rep. Michael Waltz both had tough words for the commander in chief after he invited Taliban leaders to Camp David.
The current trade dispute between Asia's second and fourth largest economies has its roots in grievances dating from World War Two.
Retired Admiral William McRaven also said that hawks in Washington should not think a conflict with Iran would be quick and painless.
Johnson is expected to win the contest to replace outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May at the end of July.
Russia has repeatedly criticized President Donald Trump's administration for its aggressive stance towards Tehran.
The bombastic president said he would be willing to support Washington if war broke out with Beijing in the South China Sea.
A leading opponent to the Iran nuclear deal, Israel has now threatened to go to war if Tehran does not abide by its restrictions.
Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said a military conflict between Washington and Tehran would be an "international crisis."
Trump's freewheeling remarks to reporters came after the president made the last-minute decision to call off an approved airstrike on Thursday
Wednesday's drone shoot down is the latest in a series of escalations that threaten to push Washington and Tehran into open conflict.
The Pentagon is still investing in "deeply flawed" strategies to the detriment of national security, said the Center for New American Security report.
President Donald Trump frequently reminds us that "all options are on the table" in enforcing U.S. policy, could that lead to war in Iran, North Korea, Syria, Ukraine or Venezuela?
President Trump and Iranian leaders insist they don't want war. But with a build-up of military might on both sides and increasing economic pressure from the U.S., tensions remain high
President Donald Trump's administration has created a potent anti-Iranian alliance in the Middle East.
"We remind the U.S. not to underestimate China's ability to defend its rights to development and to remember not to blame anyone for not warning them," the Communist Party's paper warned.