Dec 8, 2013
Western powers will need to increase pressure on Iran after the six-month interim deal over Iran's nuclear program is completed or will face the prospect of a new nuclear power in the Mideast, retired Gen. Michael V. Hayden, former director of the National Security Agency,...
Dec 7, 2013
The release of the classified U.S. information stolen by Edward Snowden is being carefully managed and much more high-level data is likely to be released over a long period, retired Gen. Michael V. Hayden, former Director of the National Security Agency, predicted to...
Dec 6, 2013
Jean-Francois Cope, the leader of the main opposition party in France, met privately during his visit to Washington with several Republican House members to discuss Iran, taking sides with the most vigorous foes of trusting the Islamic regime, Newsmax has...
Dec 5, 2013
When the world mourns Nelson Mandela at possibly one of the most-attended state funerals in modern history, few will recall a time when the father of the modern South African nation — its first post-apartheid president, a Nobel laureate, and apostle of reconciliation...
Dec 5, 2013
As the House of Representatives re-convened this week following its Thanksgiving break, it is clear that members of both parties are headed for a major showdown with the White House over the recent agreement between Iran and the leading world powers.
Dec 4, 2013
Colorado has been rocked by the surprise resignation of Democratic state Sen. Evie Hudak, and Republicans from Denver to Washington have begun to seriously discuss whether this is the latest sign that the Centennial State is again trending Republican.
Dec 3, 2013
Although national Republican leaders have cautioned GOP candidates not to make the Affordable Care Act their lone issue in 2014, the race against Louisiana Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu is shaping up to be almost exclusively about healthcare reform.
Dec 2, 2013
Following the announcement from the White House that Francois Hollande will make a state visit to Washington on Feb. 11, speculation began among the D.C. press corps about whether the French president would be invited to address a joint session of Congress.