As numerous Benghazi-related scandals swirl around the Obama administration with increasing ferocity, analysts and lawmakers say the real issues in “Benghazigate” are largely being bypassed.
As drone technology improves, U.S. relations worsen with nations such as Pakistan whose citizens are terrorized by the drones.
Secretary of State John Kerry warned the Assad government that if the regime will not negotiate a transition, the United States will increase aid to the rebels.
Last week's testimony under oath about events in Benghazi on September 11, 2012 makes painfully clear that what the Obama administration told the American people about those events were lies out of whole cloth.
Will we ever get all of the truth about the false explanations and misdirection from the Administration of President Barack Obama after the terrorist assaults on our consulate in Benghazi, Libya, on Sept. 11?
Support for the increasingly powerful European Union is crumbling, according to an influential survey released this week.
Russian Air Force nuclear bombers fly dangerously close to U.S. and Swedish airspace, raising concerns over Sweden's military readiness and Russia's overseas intentions.
On May 9 Russian President Vladimir Putin oversaw a military parade glorifying the Soviet Union's victory over Nazi Germany in World War II.
The man who led the State Department probe of the Benghazi attack defended in TV interviews the decision not to question former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
John Sopko, the Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction (SIGAR), said in a speech delivered to the New America Foundation on May 8 that government “bureaucrats” have told him to stop making public his audits revealing waste, corruption, and mismanagement of projects to rebuild Afghanistan. Some government officials, said Sopko, have even complained that they cannot pre-screen or edit his reports.