Author Peter Savodnik delves into the life and past of Lee Harvey Oswald in his book, 'The Interloper'
How Putin's foreign policy is impacting Syria and the world
Howard Kurtz weighs in
Charles Krauthammer told viewers Thursday on "Special Report with Bret Baier" that Russian president Vladimir Putin's sudden annointment as a diplomatic leader in the Syrian crisis is the result of "epically incompetent foreign policy."
Putin scold's America and provides a helping hand, Obamacare delays by the numbers and a new plan for Syria?
Reaction from Russia expert Fiona Hill
Peter Johnson, Jr. weighs in
Should we be glad for Vlad?
Allen West on whether Syria’s agreement to Russia’s proposal is a strategic loss for the U.S.
What is next for Obama and Congress on Syria? And selling a war to a reluctant Congress. Chris Stirewalt and guests discuss
Violence erupts in Egypt, rise of terrorism in Yemen, and a look at President Obama's foreign policy positions
Morsi supporters, opponents clash again on Egypt's streets. Violence widespread in Iraq: What happened when American forces left? And could renewed violence in Colombia impact the US?
What's at stake for Russia in Syria?
Veteran senator explains why he penned an op-ed to counter Russian president Putin's critique of America in the New York Times, sounds off on the latest in the Syria crisis
“Iran is delighted,” says Amb. John Bolton
Analysis behind the Syrian Agreement
Vladimir Putin is now peacekeeper in chief?
Sen. John McCain: White House still lacks clear Syria plan, 'old KGB agent' Putin has outsmarted Obama and attained long-coveted clout in the Middle East with manuevering in crisis