If Hillary Clinton is to get the mandate she needs to get the United States back on track, she will have to be clear with the American people about what is happening and why -- and what must be done.
If Hillary Clinton's latest book, “Hard Choices,” was not an obvious enough sign of her presidential aspirations, then her recent Washington Post review of Henry Kissinger's new book, “World Order,” seems to have sealed the deal.
The GOP isn't taking any chances when it comes to Hillary Clinton's 2016 run for the White House, which seems all the more inevitable the more people call it inevitable.
Things might be a little different under Kim Jong Un. North Korea's new leader and son of the late dictator Kim Jong Il has already set a different tone with regard to his relations with the West and neighboring South Korea by agreeing to make some not insignificant changes to North Korea's nuclear program.
Monday brought a mixed bag of news out of Egypt. First came the update that 19 Americans working in nonprofit organizations in the North African nation were still in line to be tried for funding-related reasons, despite Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's warning sounds about Egypt's future funding from the U.S.
As if relations between Tehran and Washington weren't troubled enough, Tuesday brought news of a purported plan by Iranian government operatives to kill one Adel al-Jubeir (above), Saudi ambassador to the United States. The alleged bomb plot was shut down by American authorities after two agents apparently recruited the wrong … (more)
With calls from abroad, including from the U.S., for him to resign and a situation closely resembling civil war raging within his nation's borders, Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's insistence that his people "love" him might run up against some strong evidence to the contrary.
After months of negotiations between the US and other members of the United Nations Security Council, as well as push-back from Russia and China in particular, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Tuesday that (continued).