Year in foreign news: From a new pope to deadly protests in Middle East
ConocoPhillips (COP) plans to sell some parts of its stakes in expensive developments such as the Australia Pacific LNG project and in the Canadian oil sands in orde...
FNC national security analyst KT McFarland on potential fallout from an Israeli attack on a weapons convoy in Syria and protests in Egypt.
A discussion on immigration and national security with Amb. James Jones. Plus Amb. Bolton on nominees
US weapons giveaway stirs debate
Jonathan Hunt reports from New York
On November 4, 1979, America had its first showdown with radical Islam when the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, Iran was stormed by students hoping to stage a three-day sit-in
Abortion foes March on undaunted, will gun ban backers do the same?
Was the Senate Foreign Relations Committee satisfied?
Secretary of state makes opening statement at Benghazi hearing
“The Coming Revolution ” author Dr. Walid Phares on the terrorist attack at an Algerian natural gas facility.
Anger over a film trailer mocking a sanctified Muslim religious figure has sparked violent protests across the Middle East that have taken the lives of dozens of peo...
Does the U.S. need to act as the world's police? Stossel and guests debate a military strike against Syria, the politics of war and to what extent foreign aid helps poor nations
Varney shares his opinion on fracking and its benefits.
US steps up aid to Islamist rebels, what would a strike look like? And who will we fight with? Chris Stirewalt and guests with an in depth look at the situation in Syria
How will U.S. respond to Egypt situation?
Key US ally contains riots for now
China has become the world's fifth-largest arms exporter, a respected Sweden-based think tank said on Monday, its highest ranking since the Cold War, with Pakistan t...
Energy giant Eni SpA (E) has suspended its natural-gas exports from a northewestern Libyan complex following clashes between local militia, amid mounting concerns ov...