Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Saturday in Saudi Arabia that the focal point of President Trump’s visit to the Gulf nation is to curb the threat of neighboring Iran, while putting much of the burden on recently reelected Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
In a world where we face more, not fewer global crises that threaten our national interests and security, now is not the time for America to pull back from its global influence and engagement.
Clever, funny, and beautiful Hannah is beleaguered by a series of personal and public calamities, most revolving around bullying and a horrific rape.
President Trump upon arriving in Saudi Arabia on Saturday did not bow to the Gulf leader as former President Barack Obama appeared to do — a move interpreted as American weakness.
As Washington debates what actions to take to rev up economic growth, the free-market private sector, which waits for no one, is witnessing the beginning of a new trend.
Let me be clear: I voted for Hillary Clinton and oppose many of President Trump’s policies.
On May 20, 1927, Charles Lindbergh, a 25-year-old pilot lifted off from Long Island’s Roosevelt Field, turned northeast, and flew the 3,610 miles on a route that altered his future and our world forever.
This week’s Opinion article by Representatives Goodlatte and Labrador begins: “One of the most important aspects of immigration reform is bolstering enforcement of existing immigration law.”
On the eve of President Trump’s first overseas trip, an unfortunate dispute has emerged over the question, “whose wall is it?”
The Supreme Court’s decision Monday not to hear an appeal regarding the North Carolina voter ID law has jubilant critics of the law proclaiming victory. Yet vote fraud is still a problem in our country.