Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, who hasn’t shied away from angering the more traditional wing of his Republican Party, drew another rebuke from a political veteran: Bob Dole, a former Senate leader and presidential contender.
The U.S. and other Group of Eight nations suspended preparations for a June summit in Russia because of the military action in Ukraine, as Secretary of State John Kerry signaled Russia may be pushed out of the G-8.
Republican Scott Walker, governor of Wisconsin and a potential 2016 presidential candidate, said e- mails from a corruption probe while he was a county executive are old news being used by Democrats for political reasons.
White House National Security Adviser Susan Rice said the U.S. will work with European partners to help finance Ukraine’s economic recovery, while warning Russia that any insertion of its troops would be “a grave mistake.”
A former U.S. State Department contractor accused of leaking classified intelligence about North Korea to a reporter pleaded guilty yesterday to unauthorized disclosure of national defense information.
You know your reputation in North Asia has hit rock bottom when a dictator who recently executed his uncle thinks you’re dangerous. Kim Jong Un’s comparison of Shinzo Abe to Adolf Hitler should prompt a moment of solemn reflection for Japan’s leader.
U.S. employers probably added more than twice as many workers to payrolls in January than the prior month while the jobless rate held at a five-year low of 6.7 percent, data in the coming week may show.