After lying fallow for nearly four years, the Export-Import Bank is being revived by one of its most vociferous critics: President Donald Trump.
After two U.S. warships sailed near the Chinese-claimed Spratly Islands in the South China Sea, Chinese officials said that ships had violated their national sovereignty.
In a move hardly reflective of success in America’s longest war, the U.S. military has quit releasing information about how much of Afghanistan is controlled by the Afghan government versus how much is controlled by the Taliban.
Did the government of Ecuador cancel Julian Assange's asylum so that the United States would approve a $6 billion IMF loan?
The USS Wasp, an amphibious assault ship carrying F-35B fighter jets, was recently seen in waters near the disputed Scarborough Shoal, claimed by both China and Taiwan.
The Wall Street Journal reported that the U.S. will keep almost 1,000 troops in Syria, but the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said that “is factually incorrect.”
War simulations conducted by the RAND Corporation revealed that U.S. forces would be bested by the military forces of China and Russia.
The White House plans to lift its tariffs on Mexican and Canadian imported steel and aluminum as it courts lawmakers to support the USMCA.
At the Lima Group meeting in Bogotá, Colombia, Vice President Mike Pence told Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó that President Trump supports him “100 percent.”
President Trump told a crowd of Venezuelan émigrés in Miami on February 18: “In Venezuela … socialism is dying, and liberty, prosperity, and democracy are being reborn.”