President Trump reinstates sanctions, opening the door to chaos in Asia and Europe. China, Russia and Turkey have already indicated they will not buckle to U.S. pressure.
Such deals have allowed militants to survive to fight another day—and risk strengthening the most dangerous branch of the terror network, one that carried out the 9/11 attacks.
How a nearly unknown businessman named Khaled al-Ahmad became Damascus’ secret liaison to the West and is quietly bringing Syria’s grinding war to a close.
Only one military dog tag was with 55 boxes of human remains supposedly dating to the Korean War. At this point, the U.S. is not sure the bones are those of Americans.
The transfer of remains of Americans who died in the 1950-53 Korean War is the first tangible result of the June summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un.
Those who should be voicing opposition—from Congress to the grassroots—are too obsessed with Russia to even pay attention.
The Iranian president says a U.S.-Iran armed conflict would be "the mother of all wars." The U.S. leader replies by threatening Iran with "consequences the like of which few throughout history have ever suffered before."
The country has suffered catastrophic damage, and aspects of the seven-year conflict are far from over. However, the government now controls major opposition strongholds and key cities.
On the heels of the War of 1812, society began to drastically change due to government action and technological innovation. As some Americans prospered, many were left to wither.
The opioid epidemic deserves to get headlines, but the U.S. has two other crises that will cost Americans far more in the long run.