“Communication services are mostly useless now.”
“You are responsible for thousands of deaths in my country.”
The fringes of the U.S. conservative movement build bridges with their counterparts on the other side of the Atlantic.
Whatever you do, don’t call it an invasion.
The end of an ugly 2012 scandal.
“The circumstances are different entirely [this time],” said Rep. Trent Franks.
Revenge of the realists. “It is not in our interest to defeat Assad as long as groups like ISIS will be winners.”
Updated: Family grieved Tuesday for James Wright Foley, who was kidnapped in November 2012 in Syria. In the video, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, indicates the killing is a response to recent American operations in Iraq.
“I find his views and the way he expressed them to be abhorrent and will take appropriate action at CSIS to address the matter internally.”
Coming soon to Washington and London.
A new generation of “cat protest products.”
Or is it just trying to harvest your email address?
Obama strikes ISIS in Iraq — but so far shows no signs of wanting to do the same in Syria.
“Today, America is coming to help.”
“The establishment of an independent commission of inquiry should be welcomed by all of us who cherish the rule of law,” Navi Pillay wrote in a letter to Congress.
U.S. officials have previously insisted that tension between the U.S. and Russia would not affect the effort to curb Iran’s nuclear program.
Exxon says: “We are assessing the impact of the sanctions.”
Obama also says lethal aid to Kiev is not on the table.
Sherman doesn’t promise everything will be done by November.
And evidence that separatists are using weapons provided by Russia against the Ukrainian military.