U.S. partners have concerns about protecting embassies, medical facilities and the international airport.
Iran wants guarantees that a future U.S. administration will not reverse any accord, and the United States wants follow-on talks on other issues, including Iran’s missile programs.
The embrace of U.N. norms comes as Biden prepares to raise cyber attacks when he meets Putin in Geneva.
Amid spike in anti-Asian hate, community leaders are demanding more representation in the Biden administration and greater sway in policymaking across the federal government.
Franz Gayl, a celebrated whistleblower and former Marine, is being investigated after attacking American policy on Taiwan in a Chinese government mouthpiece.
The move came as part of an aggressive push by the Trump administration to hunt down leakers.
Analysts fear Iran could share sensitive imagery with militias intent on striking U.S. bases.
At a House Judiciary hearing Thursday, Democrats questioned FBI Director Christopher Wray about the bureau’s missteps in advance of the Capitol riot, while Republicans criticized the bureau for violating Americans’ civil liberties.
The attorney general said upholding the law sometimes means taking positions with which officials might personally disagree.
The House had been trying to secure the former White House counsel’s subpoenaed testimony for over two years. A deal with the Biden administration led to his closed-door appearance last week.
The sinking of an amphibious assault vehicle last summer killed eight Marines and a sailor.
The news network reported its lawyer and president were prohibited by a court from talking about the matter.
The program run by the Bureau of Prisons has long frustrated law enforcement officials, who say it poses significant risks for abuse, money laundering and corruption, yet the agency has for years resisted efforts to change it.
The findings represent the most detailed — and bipartisan — public account to date of the security failures that led to the riot. It comes as Congress is debating legislation to fund safety improvements at the Capitol.
The directive to the FBI, DEA, ATF and U.S. Marshals represents a significant policy shift.
Author E. Jean Carroll accused the former president of raping her in a dressing room at the Bergdorf Goodman department store in Manhattan in the mid-1990s. His responses led to a defamation lawsuit.
This account of Gen. Austin "Scott" Miller’s time in command in Afghanistan is based on interviews with 16 people, including U.S. and Afghan military officers, current and former senior civilian officials, and members of his staff in Kabul.
The announcement came a day after the New York Times revealed the department had prohibited the newspaper’s lawyers and executives from disclosing an effort to seize email records of four reporters.
In emails disclosed Saturday by the New York Times, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows pushed President Donald Trump’s former acting attorney general Jeffrey Rosen to put the power of the Justice Department behind Trump’s bid to overturn the 2020 election.
The military could attempt to try the former three-star for recent comments, but such a move would be legally shaky and politically unpalatable.