Pentagon Denies U.S. is Considering Deploying Thousands of Additional Troops to Middle East

Pentagon press secretary Alyssa Farah flatly denied the Wall Street Journal’s report on the number of troops the U.S. was considering

Strategic Questions for EU Leaders on NATO’s 70th Birthday

Now is the time for Trump to press Macron, Merkel, and others on the security risks posed by China.

Volker Testifies He Was Unaware of ‘Any Linkage’ Between Delayed Military Aid to Ukraine and Biden Investigation

“No one had ever said that to me — and I never conveyed such a linkage to the Ukrainians,” former

The Botched Capture of Ovidio Guzmán Shows Strain in U.S.–Mexico Relationship

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador policy of ‘hugs not bullets’ has made Mexico’s cartel problem worse and hurt relations with

Schiff Threatens to Sue White House over Whistleblower Complaint Reported to Involve Trump

House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff threatened on Thursday to sue the Trump administration for withholding details of a complaint

Pompeo: Reports Claiming Trump’s Behavior Forced U.S. to Pull Spy from Russia Are ‘Materially Inaccurate’

Mike Pompeo pushed back Tuesday against reports that claimed President Trump’s handling of classified intelligence endangered a top CIA spy