The Ukrainian leader addresses Congress and Obama, asking hat in hand for help for his beleaguered nation.
As Washington awaits the release of the highly classified probe into the CIA's torture program, John Brennan's integrity is being questioned just when the agency needs it most.
And it's high time they did.
An investigation into potentially illegal spending could leave the Pentagon's spy agency rudderless as it ramps up operations in Iraq.
A post-9/11 program meant to be temporary is likely to be renewed until at least 2019.
Eric Cantor's shocking loss comes at a time when the United States is facing a critical challenge on its southern border.
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.
Eventually, the freed American prisoner of war will have to meet the press, and he could become a PR nightmare for the White House.
The latest plans for the Pentagon's budget present an alternate reality.
It’s the crowning achievement of her tenure as secretary of state, and it’s unraveling at the seams.
How the right-wing demagogue politician Marine Le Pen can save the floundering Republican Party.
Why putting more military veterans on Capitol Hill won't end Washington's rampant partisanship.
How a New Jersey Democrat became the White House's biggest foreign-policy foe.
5 reasons U.S. lawmakers need to get on board with mega-regional free trade deals.
Energy execs and a powerful senator say it's time -- even though the U.S. still doesn't drill enough to supply itself.
The next head of the Senate Energy Committee has big plans for U.S. gas exports.
If the West doesn't shape up, the rest of the world will just go around it.
Public officials from Beijing to D.C. are failing to rise to the world's challenges. That's where FP's Global Thinkers come in.
President Obama's National Security Strategy aims to prevent the emergence of wars. So why won't the White House get behind its own strategy?
Congressmen cry foul over currency intervention -- until the U.S. does it.
Havana keeps saying that it's willing to let this U.S. contractor go. But the White House and Congress keep rejecting the offers.
Can the skyrocketing crypto-currency survive when all of D.C. is looking to tame it?
The debate over NSA surveillance is about something else entirely.