At the start of Syrian peace talks, Secretary of State Kerry promises Syria a future without Bashar Assad.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blasted his Palestinian partner in peace-making efforts on Thursday, accusing him of embracing terrorists “as heroes,” harsh words that clouded the start of Secretary of State John Kerry’s tenth trip to the region to negotiate a peace deal he claims is “not mission impossible.”
Critics say the U.S. is lagging behind Russia, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Canada and Denmark in securing Arctic Ocean rights.
34 bodies were found as U.N. officials look for evidence of ethnic killings in the country as violence increases.
Amid partisan conflict in Congress, dozens of lawmakers from both parties — including staunch liberals and conservatives — have united behind a bill that supporters say addresses a heart-rending issue beyond politics: the millions of foreign children languishing in orphanages or otherwise at risk because they have no immediate family.
The Indian diplomat’s housekeeper says she was overworked and paid just $3 an hour.
A federal prosecutor is defending the arrest and strip-search of an Indian diplomat held on visa charges.
The chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee is accusing the Obama administration the rhetoric they are using on Iran is “fear-mongering.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is reportedly “extremely angry” with President Barack Obama over the short-term nuclear deal western powers reached with Iran.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is assailing the new nuclear deal with Iran, saying he believes it “bodes very, very ominously for the region and U.S. security.”