The confusing messages we send overseas are a reflection of the conflicting images embedded in Washington’s latest version of diplomacy.
Trump's across-the-board scorn for human rights is on display as he buddies up with the world’s most notorious autocrats.
It's largely a return to the bad old days, with plenty of spending on cops and money to burn for a border wall that will accomplish nothing.
The U.S. Africa Command and Central Command squanders $500 million fighting a drug war in a scandal that catches the essence of what may be the true opioid crisis of 21st-century America.
The move by Attorney General Jeff Sessions is likely to add to confusion over whether it’s OK to grow, buy or use marijuana in states where it is legal, since long-standing federal law prohibits it.
Many of the United States' neighbors to the south will be voting on new heads of government, possibly changing their countries' directions.
Homicide records are being broken in the United States' southern neighbor, and American hands are far from clean.
Focus on Insult to Obama Obscures a Crisis in Philippines: the Slaughter of Addicts and Drug Sellers
President Rodrigo Duterte's crude comment aimed at President Obama led the White House to cancel a meeting between the two leaders. Media coverage of the controversy does nothing to help raise awareness about the extrajudicial slaying of thousands in the Philippines.
The applications of thousands of federal inmates eligible for commuted sentences are bottlenecked, and the clock is ticking.
A group of Latin American activists is winding its way to New York City, where it will participate in a special session of the U.N. General Assembly in order to shine a spotlight on the global horrors wrought by the illicit drug trade.