The intelligence community has come under fire for failing to do enough to predict the rise of the Islamic State or Russian aggression in Ukraine. It's response: give us more money anyway.
After years of tension over mass data collection and NSA surveillance, President Barack Obama's immigration reform announcement Thursday evening may improve the White House's tattered relationship with Silicon Valley.
After four rabbis were killed in gruesome attacks at a synagogue in Jerusalem this week, a former Israel Defense Forces (IDF) military attaché to Washington warns that the hard-hitting steps now being taken by Israel will not be enough to stop future attacks.
Financial sanctions against Iran hit the country's economy hard, forcing Tehran to negotiate rolling back its nuclear program with the West. But they've also kept Iranians from buying medicine, paying tuition for students studying abroad, and making other purchases -- all activities still allowed.
U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor Tony Blinken said that he thinks negotiators will have a hard time reaching a nuclear deal with Iran by their self-imposed Nov. 24 deadline, further lowering expectations of what will come out of the talks.