By a vote of 63-37, the upper chamber elects to bring a proposal to the floor that would end U.S. involvement in the war in Yemen.
In an unexpectedly tilted 63-37 vote, it moves forward with a bill calling for an end to U.S. military aid in the Saudi-led war in Yemen.
The problem begins on the level of language—one of many levels where pushback is key.
As the American president picks fights with allies such as French leader Emmanuel Macron, nationalism threatens to shatter Europe.
Trump has a few weeks left to fire Mueller and seize despotic power.
Whether you love the WikiLeaks founder or regard him as a threat to democracy, he is entitled to the presumption of innocence until proven guilty.
The move is expected to complete the unraveling of President Barack Obama's signature foreign policy achievement.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo push for a conclusion to the Saudi-backed quagmire.
Both sides are trading increasingly barbed accusations over human rights and global hegemony, with no clear resolution in sight.
Tayyip Erdogan has called on Riyadh to reveal the identities of all involved, regardless of rank or stature in the kingdom.