Trump is visiting Scotland for a golf course ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Major public events could be targets for terror attacks, the U.S. warns.
Lawmakers are divided over special visas for Afghans who helped the U.S. during the war.
Iraqi troops were poised Sunday to attack the ISIS stronghold of Fallujah.
The malware was reportedly similar to that of the Sony Pictures hack.
“Death fell from the sky and the world was changed,” Obama says.
Obama told reporters Trump displays ignorance of world affairs.
The GOP is targeting Iran over its missile program, terrorism, and an incident with U.S. sailors.
Clinton's private email server circumvented department policy, the report found.
Lawmakers appear eager to approve legislation opening the door for 9/11-related lawsuits.
Tunisia's post-Arab Spring journey could serve as a model for the region.
Corker said the two men discussed China and Russia during their meeting.
An Obama aide said the failed test raises tensions in the region.
The military is standing by with anti-ballistic missile batteries.
The terrorist group has controlled the city for more than two years.
Forty-three percent approve of the nuclear attacks, and 44 percent disapprove.
Expanded free-trade agreements will lessen the humanitarian burden at zero cost to the West.
It is an act of reassurance for US-Japan relations at a time of heightened regional tensions.
In Japan and Vietnam, this president at the end of his term is tackling sensitive issues.
President Obama’s visit to Japan got off to a rocky start on Wednesday.
The ruling comes after a U.N. group said Assange had been "arbitrarily detained" in London.
But a State Department human rights report has ignited a firestorm of controversy in Morocco.
The president made an appeal to the country's Communist leaders.
The Speaker applauded "all those involved in this operation."