State Department would be required to serve Moscow in lawsuit over alleged 2016 election meddling
If Trump can get a deal, it would trade nuclear concessions for sanctions relief. Sound familiar?
Tillerson, who was fired in March, tells graduates that truth is the “central tenet” of a free society.
A regional peace initiative has been shelved because of Palestinian anger over the shift in decades of U.S. policy regarding the embassy.
The president was emboldened by sudden turnabout with North Korea as he eyed withdrawal from Iran deal.
Trump’s decision follows the failure of last-ditch efforts by Britain, France and Germany to convince him that his concerns about “flaws” in the accord could be addressed without violating its terms or ending it altogether.
Trump will host South Korean President Moon Jae-in at the White House on May 22 as part of preparations for a planned historic summit between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jog Un.
The president, who once vowed to “totally destroy” Pyongyang, now appears to relish the idea he might win the Holy Grail of statesmanship.
The president said planning is continuing for the unprecedented meeting, which he said would address North Korea’s nuclear weapons.
Clinton communications chief Jennifer Palmieri’s book is written as an open letter to whoever will become the nation’s first female president.
The White House paired its first action under new legislation with firmer statements blaming Russia for a nerve-agent attack.
What do we mean when we talk about denuclearization? The phrase is deliberately squishy.
White House comments add a note of skepticism to the buoyant mood that surrounded the surprise announcement the night before.
The U.N. ambassador says both Israel and the Palestinians would have something to like in the forthcoming proposal
The Palestinian president accused the U.S. of abdicating its commitment to Middle East peace, while the U.N. ambassador said Abbas is shortchanging his people.
The long-serving Israeli leader faces mounting legal and political problems at home.
Current and former officials say painting the office as a sole arbiter of security-clearance decisions, such as those involving Rob Porter, is misleading.
President’s erroneous claim that the U.S. has spent $7 trillion in the Middle East signals his rising frustration as chances for a Mideast peace deal appear to slip further away.
Kellyanne Conway said the president has “full confidence” in Kelly amid criticism of the chief of staff’s handling of the Porter case.
As domestic abuse cases roil the White House, the president weighs in with no mention of women accusers.