Dispute over territory in Asia continues
Talking Points 9/24
President addresses United Nations General Assembly
Anne Bayefsky on what has happened America's foreign policy
Congress asked to delay vote, while U.S. pursues diplomatic path
Syria accepted a Russian proposal on Tuesday to give up chemical weapons and win a reprieve from U.S. strikes, while its warplanes bombed rebel positions in Damascus...
Talking Points 9/9
Rep. Chris Smith offers a non-lethal solution with a war crimes tribunal bill
Laura Ingraham on how the U.S. should handle the situation in Syria
Growing tensions over Snowden, Syria, Iran
Dickstein Shapiro partner Brian Finch argues there needs to be a better education campaign on cybersecurity measures.
When Chinese clothing wholesaler Chan Cui Xiao signed a deal with a Sudanese businessman to export colorful bed sheets to the African country he was confident of mak...
Controversial agreement shifts focus away from ObamaCare
Former advisor to UK Ministry of Defense Michael Kay weighs in on the debate of who will be the next dominant world power.
Sri Lanka opened a $292 million Chinese-funded airport highway on Sunday, amid Indian concern about Chinese influence as the island nation rebuilds after a nearly th...
Former NSA, CIA head gets lesson in eavesdropping aboard a train
Retired United States Navy Admiral Timothy Keating on whether the Chinese government is hurting
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