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Members of the House Foreign Affairs Committee this week pressed Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on her failure to remove the Iranian resistance from the U.S. list of terrorist groups.
When it started, American teenagers were doing "The Twist." The United States had yet to put a man into orbit around the Earth, and a first-class U.S. postage stamp cost 4 cents.
The chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee chided the Obama administration Tuesday, saying the U.S. support for Israel must go "beyond rhetoric" as she met with Israel's outspoken foreign minister.
Collaboration between Latin American drug cartels and groups such as Iran's Quds Force and the Islamic terror group Hezbollah is growing "far faster than most policymakers in Washington, D.C., choose to admit," a former U.S. intelligence official testified Tuesday.
Armenian-Americans predict that Washington will be the next diplomatic battlefield after the French Parliament approved a bill that would make it a crime to deny that the Turkish massacre of Armenians during World War I was genocide.
President Obama's decision to re-establish full diplomatic relations with the military-backed government of Myanmar after 22 years has divided top congressional Republicans.
The chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee is leading a congressional campaign to nominate prominent Cuban dissidents for the Nobel Peace Prize.
A top House Republican has expressed "grave concern" to President Obama about a visit to the White House by an Iraqi official who led a militia that was financed and armed by Iran.
A top House Democrat said Thursday he will not cave to the Obama administration's pressure to "dilute" proposed sanctions on Iran's central bank.