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States are scaling back and, in some cases, putting off decisions until Obama is out of office.
The suspected James Foley killer represents a new, dangerous merger of hip-hop and Islamism.
Opinion: The problem is, and has always been, Republican policies.
The city of Fairbanks in Alaska spends thousands on appealing a fine against its mayor.
The breach of a deserted post likely will reinvigorate debate over the U.S. role in Libya.
A former ambassador to Russia says Ukraine is ready to negotiate, but Vladimir Putin isn't.
Top congressional leaders in both parties urge the administration to step up support for Ukraine.
King warns that the group represents a direct threat to the United States.
Invasion of Alaska? Yes. It seemed like a real possibility in 1950.
The Senate Intelligence chairwoman says the United States needs to confront ISIL right away.
He says that after aiding in the fight against ISIL, those troops should remain only in a support role.
He says the U.S. has good legal tools to hinder citizens who are known associates of ISIL.
He declined to say which potential 2016 GOP presidential candidate he'd support.
The Senate Foreign Relations chair says the West should provide Ukraine with "defensive weapons."
His comments come after Britain raised its terror threat level last week from "substantial" to "severe."
Lawmakers and advocates hope public outcry spawns reforms to prevent similar tragedies.
The would-be candidates tout their small-government bona fides and hammer Clinton.
He says only the White House is driving talk about another government shutdown.
Militants have been cutting off food and water to the city of Amirli for nearly two months.