If all goes according to plan, the bulk of Syria’s chemical weapons stocks could be destroyed early next year inside the specially modified hold of a U.S. ship somewhere at sea, Pentagon officials said Thursday.
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Friday, December 6, and Saturday, December 7. All times are Eastern. TOP PICK Borgen (LinkTV, 1 a.m., Saturday): Guess what, everybody? It’s the final episode of Borgen, probably ever, which means you won’t ...
Washington may be tempted to hope for better relations with the incoming Gen. Raheel Sharif, but that's probably an unrealistic scenario, at least in the short term. Pakistan's retiring army chief, Gen.
The Syrian National Coalition's recent decision to participate in the Geneva II conference on January 22 was welcome news to the U.S. government, which has promoted the negotiations as "the best opportunity" to end the violence in Syria.
If FIFA conducted the World Cup draw like the NCAA basketball tournament selection process, the U.S. national soccer team would have a pretty good idea what lies ahead in Brazil next summer before Friday’s party begins.
Washington loves work, Washington loves books, and Washington loves lists. That’s the idea behind a new online project from the Labor Department called “Books That Shaped Work in America,” a colorful and often unexpected collection of recommended ...
Israeli politicians continue to deploy increasingly outrageous language in the service of undermining rapprochement with Iran.
MIAMI — South Florida U.S. Rep. Joe Garcia is joining a 24-hour congressional fast relay in solidarity with a group of immigration activists on the National Mall.