In his acceptance speech, given in Cleveland last week, Trump served up his usual stew of pompous and belligerent nationalist statements.
From financial penalties to blocking transactions with Cuban state-run businesses, the U.S. blockade of Cuba is still in force.
Trump clearly shows a mindset that will, if converted into policy, increase rather than decrease international tensions.
Her acceptability and in some cases support by right wing extremism was exposed in the media on Sunday, but such support for Clinton is not entirely new.
We can't even talk about immigration without first addressing why people leave their home countries and begin a dangerous journey to the U.S.
Gabbard said she believes Sanders, who opposed the Iraq war, has better judgment than Clinton on issues of foreign policy and is more likely to prevent the spread of war.
The U.S. is the top arms peddler in the world, its weapons sales to other countries far surpassing others, the Congressional Research Service reported last month.
Sen. Harry Reid and Rep. Jerrold Nadler make two more votes to sustain President Obama's veto of the sure-to-come House and Senate resolutions to kill the Iran deal.
Honks of support from passing motorists greeted South Bay activists calling on Rep. Lofgren to support the historic Iran agreement and were pleased to find that she has done so.
Connecticut residents unfurled a long stream of petitions calling on Blumenthal to support the peace agreement with Iran as his six other Congressional colleagues have done.