Qatar is unlikely to accede to 'humiliating demands by Saudi Arabia, former U.S. diplomat Theodore Kattouf says.
Look beyond tweets and "media snow" to see what President Donald Trump has actually done, former Australian Prime Minister John Howard said.
Since Trump took office, the U.S. and Russia have been on opposing sides over the conflict in Syria, Newsweek reports.
The U.S. partially reversed its travel ban, deciding fiancés would be considered close family members and were allowed to enter the country.
James Mattis' scarcity of public appearances leaves Americans in the dark on what he thinks about US security, Vox reports.
Russia slammed the U.S. for not accepting assurances from Syria that there are no preparations for a chemical weapons attack.
Jens Stoltenberg, secretary general of NATO, discusses U.S. leadership on its military policy as well as support for U.S.-led coalition forces in Syria.
CNBC's Eamon Javers report the White House sent out a statement warning Syria against new chemical attacks.
The White House said on Monday the Syrian government appears to be preparing another chemical weapons attack and it warned of consequences.
The U.S. Supreme Court is set to issue the final rulings of its current term on Monday, amid talk that swing voter Justice Anthony Kennedy is considering retirement.
Russia and the United States seem further apart than ever based on recent events, Mic reports.
David Miliband, International Rescue Committee president and CEO, talks about a new United Nations report on the increasing number of displaced people around the world, and weighs in on a likely smooth Brexit transition in the United Kingdom.
Russia's "saber rattling and bluster" after the U.S. downing of a Syrian military jet is a sign Vladimir Putin is "unnerved" by bold U.S. actions.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on Russia's threat to treat U.S. aircraft in Syria as potential targets.
Russia's Defense Ministry said it was checking information that an air strike near the Syrian city of Raqqa may have killed Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Russia's Defense Ministry said Friday that al-Baghdadi, the Islamic State's leader, had been killed by air strikes on the Syrian city of Raqqa at the end of May.
The president has not been shy about his dislike for Iran and his admiration for Russia, though both countries support Bashar Assad.
President Donald Trump is set to attend the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday for the investiture of new Justice Neil Gorsuch.
U.S. President Donald Trump has given Defense Secretary Jim Mattis the authority to set troop levels in Afghanistan, Reuters reported.
Southeast Asia had been bracing for the time when Islamic State would look to establish a 'caliphate' and become a terrifying threat to the region.