Speaker John Boehner’s (R-Ohio) trip to Israel this week is so blatantly political that even the avowedly impartial Associated Press describes it as looking “like a jab at the White House.”
Republican legislators in Indiana said Monday that they were working on adding language to the state’s controversial new religious freedom law that would make clear that the measure does not permit discrimination against gays and lesbians.
Diplomats tasked with crafting the framework of a permanent agreement on the status of Iran’s nuclear program faced a long day and night of talks in Switzerland Wednesday, with no guaranteed of success.
The spokesman for the Missouri auditor was found dead Sunday from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, just a month after his former boss — GOP gubernatorial frontrunner Tom Schweich — also killed himself.
With so much talk about Hillary Clinton being the only formidable candidate on the left to run for president in 2016 — one of the main narratives is of course that Hillary Clinton would be the first female president.
March 26 marked two and a half years since American Pastor Saeed Abedini was imprisoned in Iran, jailed simply because of his Christian faith.
The fact that co-pilot Andreas Lubitz crashed Germanwings Flight 9525 into the French Alps, killing 149 people and himself, suggests that, were major depression to blame, it had spiraled down into the worst form: psychotic depression. The official diagnostic name for this is “Major Depression, Severe, With Psychotic Features.”
Fox News’ James Rosen speaks to author Michael G. Waltz about his book, “Warrior Diplomat.”
If past is prologue, Iran’s signature to an agreement—or a fuzzy understanding—to roll back development on its illicit nuclear weapons program will be followed by serious violations on its part. Deception has been the signature tactic of the so-called moderate regime of President Hassan Rouhani since he assumed office almost two years ago.
House Speaker John Boehner said on Sunday he has “serious doubts” on whether the Obama administration and five other world powers can reach an agreement with Iran to curtail that country’s nuclear program and that Congress will move to impose new sanctions on Tehran if no deal is reached.