President Barack Obama announced Wednesday that the United States and Cuba would restore full diplomatic relations and reopen their respective embassies in Washington, D.C. and Havana on July 20—a move…more»
Tensions between China and United States continue to rise over the South China Sea as a Chinese government newspaper warns that war may be ‘inevitable’ if the U.S. and its…more»
U.S. President Barack Obama intends to remove Cuba from the American government’s list of state sponsors of terrorism, news outlets reported Tuesday afternoon. The news came after a much-anticipated meeting…more»
The foreign ministers of the United States, the UK, Russia, China, France, plus Germany (known as the P5 + 1 nations) came to an agreement with Iran on Thursday over…more»
The U.S. is slowing down its withdrawal from Afghanistan, despite long-held promises that the military would be out of the country by 2016, new Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said on…more»
The United States economy last year experienced the strongest job growth since 1999 with nearly 3 million jobs created in 2014. New government data shows that the economy added 252,000…more»
With Congress on the verge of taking up the controversial, corporate-friendly Trans Pacific Partnership, U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is demanding that the chief trade representative for the United States…more»
A monstrous cloud of accumulated methane—a potent greenhouse gas—is now hovering over a large portion of the western United States according to satellite imagery analyzed by NASA and reported by…more»
With little fanfare, the United States and NATO formally ended the longest war in U.S. history with a ceremony in Kabul, Afghanistan on Sunday, leaving observers to wonder what —…more»
Senator Joe Donnelly is calling for more bipartisanship in the United States Senate. The senator joined more than 30 of his colleagues in urging Democratic leader Harry Reid and Republican…more»
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