While pledging to pull troops from Syria and Afghanistan, the president has ramped up tensions with Iran. An expert assesses the dangers.
The president's allies in Congress are quietly trying to influence and even reshape his "America First" agenda.
U.S. soldiers have been fighting in Afghanistan for 17 years. If our political press had its way, they'd remain there indefinitely.
Thirty-two House Democrats called for a "humanitarian" strategy to exit Syria.
Attacks on the U.S. military in Syria do not justify perpetual war.
As Nicolas Maduro begins his second term as president, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo appears hell-bent on toppling the Bolivarian regime.
If they know where their representatives stand, constituents can hold them accountable if they choose to prolong unpopular conflicts.
The president's new doctrine with 2020 nearing is “Let Trump be Trump."
Pundits at The New York Times and The Washington Post argue that the U.S. needs troops in Syria.
Predictably, the mainstream media has issued a collective pronouncement about the president's pullout plan that fails to reflect the facts.