John Kerry is the luckiest Secretary of State to create foreign policy.
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Trump Maintains Support Among Military Households, Which May Be Critical in Winning Several Key Swing States
The Benghazi committee’s myopia left Hillary Clinton’s vulnerabilities with swing voters untouched.
By Charlie Cook
Political Insiders Poll
How much will foreign policy dominate the 2016 presidential race?
By Sarah Mimms
An American’s Guide to the Ukrainian Presidential Election
A pool of candidates want to unite the country with Sunday’s vote, but separatists are making it extremely difficult.
By Marina Koren
Joe Biden Says the U.S. and Israel Are Friends. And Sometimes Friends Fight
The vice president tried to clear the air in an address to Jewish Federations of North America Monday.
By Lauren Fox