President Trump said it is a response to Germany’s reluctance to spend a greater share of its gross domestic product
The closure was a “legitimate and necessary response to the unjustified act by the United States,” China’s foreign ministry said
The Trump administration warned in May that China was attempting to steal or set back American research on a coronavirus
In a time of crisis, their synchronized chorus of complaints, falsehoods, and partisan appeals to resistance threaten the very constitutional
Reports have cited officials who say Grenell has handed over the list to attorney general Bill Barr, who could release
Repealing vital national-security powers is not the right way to hold government officials responsible for abuse of power.
Our surveillance laws need revision, but this is not the way to do it.
President Trump on Friday announced via Twitter his nomination of Representative John Ratcliffe for Director of National Intelligence.
Republican Senator Susan Collins on Monday rejected President Trump’s pick to lead the intelligence community, saying Richard Grenell does not
It risks trading the subordination to Brussels bureaucrats for the tyranny of Beijing apparatchiks.
The Islamic Republic is too weak to wage a conventional war on the U.S. — but that doesn’t mean it
Former acting FBI director Andy McCabe admitted Thursday that the Bureau suffers from an “inherent weakness in the process” of
Iran admitted on Friday that its military had accidentally shot down a civilian passenger jet on Tuesday that belonged to
Excerpt from Episode 185 of National Review’s The Editors podcast.
The House of Representatives voted largely along party lines Thursday to pass a non-binding resolution aimed at limiting President Trump’s
The killing of Soleimani looks less like an inflection point than another incident in a long confrontation with the Iranian
The former vice president says Trump needs congressional authorization for ‘any further action against Iran.’
The Soleimani killing breaks the myth of Iran’s power.
A U.S. airstrike struck a convoy in Baghdad airport Thursday night, killing Iranian Major-General Qassim Soleimani, head of the elite
Families of American troops and contractors killed in Afghanistan have sued U.S. and international contractors involved in Afghan reconstruction projects
Chief Border Enforcement Official Mark Morgan cast doubt on the administration’s goal of completing construction of the southern border wall
Ten years of missed opportunities, from health care to education to national security to entitlements to fiscal stability
Trump should not give in to Kim Jong-un’s ultimatum.
Former National Security Agency director and retired Admiral Michael Rogers has met multiple times with U.S. Attorney John Durham as
An alliance that has such a record of historical success deserves better statesmanship today.