Can El Salvador's president-elect save TPS? Talking to the U.S. is his priority
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador — El Salvador’s president-elect says he will make improving relations with the United States a priority, in part to try to avoid Washington forcing tens of thousands of Salvadorans now living in the U.S. to return home.
The US's greatest advantage over China is slowly eroding
WASHINGTON — For several years, Pentagon officials have been sounding the alarm about China's growing military abilities, with a particular focus on how Beijing has closed the technology gap between the two nations.
The US wants to tighten its belt in Afghanistan, and it may bring 1,000 troops home
MUSCAT/KABUL (Reuters) - Even before any peace push-related drawdowns, the US military is expected to trim troop levels in Afghanistan as part of an efficiency drive by the new commander, a US general told Reuters on Friday, estimating the cuts may exceed 1,000 forces.
Senate Panel Launches Bipartisan Probe Into Think Tank Linked To Butina, Torshin
The Senate Finance Committee is launching a bipartisan investigation into how a conservative think tank aided Maria Butina, the admitted Russian agent who sought political influence through her ties with the National Rifle Association.
What's next for Theresa May after yet another Brexit failure?
(CNN)After British Prime Minister Theresa May suffered another humiliating defeat in the House of Commons, her Brexit plans are no closer to coming together than they were a week ago. In fact, last night's events have pushed Britain closer to a no-deal exit from Europe -- and put her strategy in eve