Brett McGurk follows Defense Secretary Jim Mattis out the door in protest of the president's abrupt decision to withdraw troops.
Playing on fears and stoking divisiveness is the president's go-to strategy, even as tensions build on a national and international level as a result of his rhetoric and direction.
Underfunding, lack of strategic planning and denialism are hindering the department's climate response.
The former government contractor, who pleaded guilty, receives the longest sentence ever given for a federal crime involving a leak of secret information to the news media.
Two recently released studies paint a new, somewhat hopeful picture of Americans' thoughts on climate change, and the change of heart is long overdue.
For millions of Americans the greatest threat to their day-to-day security isn’t terrorism or North Korea, Iran, Russia, or China. It’s internal — and economic.
The U.S. national security adviser is not just uninterested in selling a denuclearization pact to the public. He's working to undermine it.
How to explain the paradox of a superb military that never gets the job done?
The president is getting ready to do whatever it takes to maintain his power, even if that requires fanatical policies.
The thought of the president and John Bolton discussing national security and the use of force is simply frightening, as both men have displayed evidence of megalomania.