President Trump isn’t doing any better than his predecessor in terms of outlining a plan for safeguarding the nation from cyberattack, Sen. John McCain said Wednesday.
A new face of the Islamic State is a 10-year-old American boy the terror army claims came to Syria two years ago with his mother from the United States.
Congress will formally consider WikiLeaks a “non-state hostile intelligence service” if lawmakers adopt the annual Intelligence Authorization Act passed 14-1 by a Senate panel last month — a provision the bill’s sole dissenter now cites as his reason for rejecting it.
President Trump did a quick tour Tuesday of border security infrastructure in Arizona as his top homeland security aides stepped up pressure on Congress to approve money for new fencing and additional agents, saying they will keep Americans safe and prevent illegal immigrants from making the dangerous journey in the first place.
The Trump administration has triggered visa sanctions against four countries that have refused to take back citizens the U.S. is trying to deport — tapping a little-used but very effective tool for forcing compliance.
President Trump’s new Afghan war plan, which puts Pakistan on notice for its purported support of terror groups while also opening the door to peace talks with the Taliban, drew a mix of praise and criticism Tuesday from regional leaders and U.S. lawmakers.
White House adviser Jared Kushner and visiting U.S. officials were snubbed by the Foreign Ministry in Cairo on Wednesday in apparent protest over the Trump administration’s move to cut and delay aid to Egypt.
North Korea’s state media released photos Wednesday that appear to show the designs of one or possibly two new missiles.
North Korea has attempted to ship materiel to Syrian officials tied to the country’s chemical weapons program, according to a confidential United Nations report.
The deadly collision involving the USS John S. McCain has cost the 7th Fleet commander his post.
Vice President Mike Pence said Tuesday that the goal of America’s renewed commitment in Afghanistan is to have one, unifying strategy, not nation building.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Tuesday that Afghanistan and Pakistan weren’t on the travel ban list because the government knew how to monitor people coming in and out of those countries.