‘NEVER, EVER THREATEN THE UNITED STATES AGAIN,’ Trump tweets in warning to Iran’s Rouhani

The president told Iran to “be cautious” or risk unspecified “consequences.” Iran quickly dismissed Trump’s threats even as Washington prepares to reimpose sanctions.

Under pressure from Pence, U.S. aid is directed to Christian, Yazidi communities in Iraq

Even in an era of shrinking resources for foreign assistance, U.S. aid to vulnerable Christian communities is increasing, with the vice president monitoring progress.

Pompeo says U.S. assuring Kim that it does not seek his overthrow

A guarantee against regime change would be the ‘trade-off’ for Kim giving up nuclear weapons, the secretary of state said.

Pompeo heads to North Korea for second visit as anticipation builds over Trump’s summit with Kim Jong Un

The president hailed Pompeo’s unannounced trip but made no mention of three Americans held prisoner by the Kim regime.

Pompeo heads to North Korea for second visit as anticipation builds over Trump’s summit with Kim Jong Un

The president hailed Pompeo’s unannounced trip but made no mention of three Americans held prisoner by the Kim regime.

Nikki Haley says new sanctions coming on Russia

The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations said on “Fox News Sunday” that sanctions against Russia are continuing, “which you’ll see again on Monday.”

Trump tweets condemnation of Syria chemical attack, saying Putin shares the blame

The president warned there would be a “big price to pay” as grisly images emerged of victims.

Presidential profanity: A brief history

Presidents have had the occasional slip of the tongue. Here are some of those occasions. Warning: The following video contains offensive language.

What Republicans want to accomplish in 2018

The GOP is starting 2018 with a lofty legislative agenda. Here are ten of its top priorities this year.

U.S. officials urge Iran to stop blocking social-media sites as death toll rises in nationwide protests

The Trump administration suggested it may seek new sanctions for human rights abuses.

Trump officials tell Russia to drop its support for Syria’s Assad

Senior national security officials said Moscow and Washington cannot get along better while Russia backs Assad, who they said has lost legitimacy to rule Syria.

Trump officials defend Syria strikes, say they were in ‘vital national interest’

Russia, meanwhile, condemned the strikes against its ally, the Assad government.

Former GOP national security officials: Trump would be ‘most reckless’ American president in history

A letter signed by 50 former officials said a Trump presidency would pose a risk to national security.

Islamic State’s ambitions and allure grow as territory shrinks

This year, strikes on four continents have been marked not by lone wolf attackers but by teams of assailants.

British exit from E.U. could pose major foreign policy challenges for U.S.

Russians celebrated the vote, predicting the British decision could mean eased sanctions.

The nuclear physicist who helped reduce the world stockpile of nuclear arms retires

Sanders the only presidential hopeful to be a no-show at AIPAC

The Democratic candidate said he will be campaigning out West next week.


Federal Eye: White House budget: State Dept. proposal reflects terrorism concerns

The proposed budget for the State Department reflects a world threatened by terrorism in the Middle East and Russian aggression in Eastern Europe, along with the desire to pay more attention to the growing economies in Asia.Read full article >>



Census Bureau: Question changes make it easier to assess health insurance law

The director of the Census Bureau said he is confident that new changes in the wording of survey questions on health insurance will not diminish its ability to measure the impact of the Affordable Care Act.

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Census Bureau: Question changes make it easier to assess health insurance law

The director of the Census Bureau said he is confident that new changes in the wording of survey questions on health insurance will not diminish its ability to measure the impact of the Affordable Care Act.

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