In the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks – 16 years ago today – President George W. Bush declared a war on terrorism. Where does that war stand today?
After dropping out of sight for a pair of glamorous island getaways, Obama is emerging for a series of paid and unpaid speeches, drawing sharp contrasts with Trump.
With all the turmoil over North Korea and its nuclear ambitions, President Trump and his administration put Iran on notice, warning that Iran’s bellicose behavior will not be tolerated.
The Trump administration has notified Congress that Iran is complying with the terms of the 2015 nuclear deal negotiated by former President Barack Obama.
Watchdog groups plan to sue the Trump administration with the aim of compelling the White House to release information on who visits the mansion.
GCHQ denies allegations that the Obama administration used it to spy on Donald Trump during the presidential campaign, calling claims "utterly ridiculous."
Drones: The Trump administration is looking at ways to make it easier for the Pentagon to launch counterterrorism drone strikes anywhere in the world.
The Justice Department asked lawmakers for more time to provide evidence backing up President Trump's assertion that his predecessor wiretapped his New York skyscraper during the election.
President Trump asks Congress for help finding evidence to support his claim that former President Obama had Trump's telephones tapped during the election.
The media must certainly hold Trump accountable for his rhetoric toward the press, but journalists would have more credibility if they held Democrats to the same standard as Republicans.