The latest news on foreign policy
Despite reports, a top U.S. general says NATO troops can still request air strikes in civilian areas.
From economic development to training Afghan security forces, expect India to be a big player after 2014.
Senator's pivot on taxes is the latest move in Washington's high-stakes, election-year game of chicken.
Joint Chiefs chairman's comments underscore the shakiness of always-strained US-Pakistan relations.
Think tank warns if lawmakers fail to pass a debt-reduction plan, one million jobs are at risk.
Sen. Lindsey Graham would accept tax hikes to limit military cuts, but his own party is not impressed.
Experts say another raid in Pakistan is needed, but that could cripple U.S.-Pakistani relations for good.
Think tank concludes nuke fleet modernization costs could be $150 billion higher than Pentagon estimates.
Experts say al-Libi's talents will cause heartburn for al Qaeda, but caution group "has a deep bench."
Hawkish Republican urges tax hikes to avoid military cuts, but the White House pushes broader debt deal.