by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Jan 14, 2016
But advocates are raising concerns that U.S. officials are looking for cover for their ongoing deportation raids.
by Natasha Geiling Dec 7, 2015
On Monday, Secretary of State John Kerry and U.N. General Secretary Ban Ki-moon offered similar and contrasting ideas on what success in Paris looks like.
by Cathleen Kelly - Guest Contributor Sep 1, 2015
"The time to heed the critics and the cynics and the deniers is past," Obama said. "Those who want to ignore the science, they are increasingly alone. They’re on their own shrinking island.”
by Justin Salhani Aug 14, 2015
Calling for the return of Guantanamo and embargo reparations is a position that is well-received among Cubans.
by Beenish Ahmed Aug 11, 2015
Some have even described the effort to boycott Israel as “an existential threat to the Jewish state.”
by Josh Israel Jul 20, 2015
The politicians who accepted large campaign contributions from the man who bankrolled false attacks on John Kerry's record are now outraged about Donald Trump's comments about John McCain's service.
by Justin Salhani Jul 14, 2015
“Celebrating too early can send a bad signal to the enemy," said one Iranian parliamentarian.
by Sam P.K. Collins Jul 1, 2015
Liberia recently lost its Ebola-free status, leaving many wondering what happens next.
by Justin Salhani Jun 17, 2015
While the negotiations still seem far off, the last round reached an agreement at the last minute and analysts believe the same could happen this time.
by Cathleen Kelly - Guest Contributor May 26, 2015
Speaking at an Arctic Council reception, Kerry urged nations to cut their greenhouse gas emissions.