Last month the United States passed a dubious missed milestone, as the war in Afghanistan has now entered its seventeenth year, after thousands of casualties and expenditures of hundreds of billions of dollars, the U.S still doesn’t have an effective strategy for bringing peace to this troubled country.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said on Friday the South China Sea does not belong to any one nation and the United States will continue to sail and fly wherever international law allows, comments sure to rile China which claims the strategic sea route.
Florida recount: DeSantis looks certain to win governor’s race; Senate contest goes to a manual recount
Ron DeSantis emerged from a machine recount Thursday all but certain to become Florida’s next governor while Gov. Rick Scott (R) maintained a narrow lead in the state’s closely watched Senate race even as that contest goes to a manual count.
The major stock indexes snapped multiday losing steaks Thursday as J. P. Morgan Chase led banks higher and iPhone maker Apple bounced rebounded after dipping into bear market territory earlier in the week.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a mixed open Thursday morning as investors digested a sharp fall in sterling and new developments in the U.S.-China trade dispute.
The head of Iran's naval forces has said he plans to soon send a fleet to visit Italy, where the U.S. Navy and the U.S.-led Western military alliance have critical command posts.
Florida’s historic recount was thrown once more into uncertainty Thursday when a federal judge ruled that thousands of voters whose ballots were rejected because of issues with their signatures will have two more days to resolve the problems and possibly have their votes counted.
The U.S. faces an expanding risks from China, including threats to the technology supply chain, Beijing’s military expansion in the Indo-Pacific region and the country’s efforts to undermine sanctions on North Korea, according to an annual report by a bipartisan congressional panel.