The major Arab powers once deemed essential to the fight against the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq have largely pulled back from the U.S.-led military campaign, undercutting the Obama administration’s claims about the depth and reach of the coalition it has built with allies in the region.
The Obama administration backed off its so-called ethanol mandate Monday, dealing a blow to President Obama’s promise of a green energy revolution just as he and other world leaders opened a new round of historic climate change talks in Paris.
The classification rate for former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s government emails rose again Monday, as the department released more than 5,000 additional messages and deemed at least 6 percent of them to contain information that had to be kept from the public.
Two pro-democracy foundations launched by liberal U.S. billionaire businessman George Soros have been officially banned by the Russian government, the Kremlin said Monday, which charged that the groups pose a threat to Russian national security and public order.
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton promised labor union construction workers $275 billion in new infrastructure spending Monday, adding to a pile of expensive promises she’s making on the campaign trail, with less detail on how she’ll pay for it.
The U.S. military prides itself on “leaving no man behind,” but it’s been a different story for some of its war dogs.
Like a star football player holding out before training camp, Donald Trump said he may demand CNN pay him to be in next presidential debate.
Attempting to kick-start his sputtering campaign, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush on Monday crowed about his pro-gun credentials despite a deadly shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado just days earlier.
Indonesian investigators say a faulty rudder control system and the pilots’ response led to the crash of an AirAsia plane last year that killed all 162 people on board.
There is much to do for the student with awakened conscience. Scrubbing out the moral stains on America, to make the grove of academe the bright spot of the fruited plain, is a job bigger than anyone first imagined.