It risks Trump burrowing loyalists into career positions to undermine a Biden administration, multiple former officials say.
Mike Pompeo’s rush to placate Trump and release old emails from Hillary Clinton worries many in the State Department who fear both its illegality and interference in the election.
In the military parade celebrating the 75th anniversary of the founding of the ruling communist party, Pyongyang showed its claws and sought to bolster domestic support for the regime.
Religious violence is growing despite the pandemic.
Nineteen years ago, the United States began its war in Afghanistan. What is it leaving behind?
There’s no fact the sprawling movement can’t dismiss—and no madness it can’t imagine.
NATO allies have been at odds with Turkey for years. But Ankara’s role in the Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict is bringing matters to a head.
A new survey shows that international opinion of China has dropped as governments continue to apply diplomatic pressure.
After fighting Turkey’s battles in Libya, the Syrian National Army is caught in the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan—and dozens are dying.
Trump’s physician expressed optimism about the president’s health after he tested positive for the coronavirus. But his hospitalization brings to light new questions on what happens if a worst-case scenario hits while Americans are casting their votes.
Officials are warily watching for adversaries like Russia, Iran, and North Korea to exploit the moment.
From the Vatican to Brazil, foreign officials are getting tired of Pompeo dragging their governments into Trump’s reelection campaign.
Employees at the agency had criticized Pete Marocco for mismanagement.
An assessment by the House Intelligence Committee says the United States will be hard-pressed to meet China’s multidimensional challenge if it stays in a counterterrorism mindset.