Oliver North announced Saturday that he would not serve a second term as NRA president, making it clear he had been forced out by its leadership.
Attorney General William P. Barr ordered immigration judges to stop allowing some asylum seekers to post bail while they wait for their cases to be heard.
Former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld officially announced Monday that he will challenge President Trump for the 2020 Republican presidential nomination.
In this podcast, Dan Mahanty and Elise Carlson-Rainer deliberate over the current state of affairs of human rights in U.S. foreign policy.
The Israeli vote next month will settle who runs the state and which coalition sets the terms of debate for the immediate future. But it should be viewed, as U.S. elections should be viewed, as just one moment in time in an existential debate that is going to continue for a long time.
From Latin America to the Middle East, migration policies have played a key role as authoritarian regimes seek greater influence in regional and global affairs.
On Sunday, voters in Turkey will face a stark choice between two paths. One, embodied by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, entails a further descent into authoritarianism and a deepening of ethnic and sectarian divides.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin may soon visit Beijing to help settle a ballooning trade dispute, Chinese officials and their media said Monday.
In case Washington decides on sanctions against Turkey, due to the implementation of agreements between Ankara and Moscow on the purchase of Russian anti-aircraft missile systems (SAM) S-400, American companies in the defense industry will suffer the greatest losses, head of the Diplomatic center for strategic studies and head of Department for cultural diplomacy under University of Paris Najiye Celine Senocak told Trend.