Mexico's president threw open the door to reforming the energy sector, potentially reversing 75 years of revolutionary legacy. Now the ambitious overhaul is colliding with messy political reality.
China’s most eccentric tycoon just made New York’s homeless sing for their supper. Then he did magic tricks.
Tea Party Republicans want to shutter the Export-Import Bank. Would American companies suffer if the government didn't lend an occasional helping hand?
The problem with being a post-deterrence U.S. president is that without deterrence, the world we live in quickly becomes dangerous.
When the United States meets Germany, will either side try to win?
Why do some immigrant soccer fans root for the United States, while others don’t?
A post-9/11 program meant to be temporary is likely to be renewed until at least 2019.
With all the things the United States has done for Germany, isn’t it time for a little payback?
Why can’t American soccer fans get any respect, even in their own country?
These guys were wrong about every aspect of Iraq. Why do we still have to listen to them?
Why Europeans can defend themselves, but won't until Washington makes them.
Inspector general notes rate as "abnormal."
Long live a new era of America's halting involvement in a world not of its own making.
Even in the Information Age, there are unknown quantities in Brazil.
How the former secretary of state pulls off being softer than soft and harder than hard.
Eric Cantor's shocking loss comes at a time when the United States is facing a critical challenge on its southern border.
I once called Clinton the Celine Dion of politics. I’d rather have that now than Obama.
How Azerbaijan's dictator woos the United States and Europe.
The Bergdahl controversy shows that the years-long rift between the White House and the Pentagon hasn't been fixed. If anything, the two sides may be further apart than ever before.
Why Hillary Clinton's greatest foreign policy "success" isn't the win her new book claims.
History enthusiasts commemorate the Great War; Thai anti-coup protesters adopt a familiar hand signal; and Hong Kong remembers the Tiananmen crackdown.
Eventually, the freed American prisoner of war will have to meet the press, and he could become a PR nightmare for the White House.
How Alcoholics Anonymous can fix Obama's counterterrorism strategy.
Is the administration blind to the real and tangible harm the NSA surveillance program is doing to America’s credibility?