World

An Early Morning Strike On Iran

Plus: After first-quarter data came in hotter than expected, the U.S. economy enters uncharted territory.

Iran’s Attack on Israel Coalesces U.S. Allies

Will the Islamic Republic’s aerial assault help forge an anti-Iran coalition?

Trump’s Proposed Ukraine ‘Deal’ Threatens European Security

The continent’s leaders can’t afford to wait to see how the U.S. election turns out.

House Releases Foreign Aid Bills

House Speaker Mike Johnson’s gambit to fund Israel and Ukraine could put his speakership on the line.

Iran Launches Direct Attack on Israel

Plus: Former President Donald Trump’s New York criminal trial begins.

U.S.-Japan Summit Addresses Chinese Threat in the Indo-Pacific

Biden continues to build coalitions of the willing in Asia.

Israelis Prepare for a New Front as Operations in Gaza Abate

Iran and its proxies may be eyeing another attack, according to U.S. and Israeli officials.

Israeli Inquiry into Aid Worker Deaths Reveals ‘Internal Failures’

Strikes that killed seven World Central Kitchen staff spur U.S. and Israeli policy changes.

Nations Aren’t People

So why do we treat them as such?

Yellen Heads to China

Is the U.S. in for a ‘China Shock 2.0’?

Zelensky Lowers Military Conscription Age in Ukraine

In dire need of materiel from the United States, Ukrainians are adapting.

Strike In Syria Kills Top Iranian Commander

Could this alleged Israeli attack open a new chapter in Iran’s proxy wars?

What Mohammad Reza Zahedi’s Death Means for Iran

Replacing him will be a challenge, but not an insurmountable one.

Mass Murderers and Bomb Makers: The Prisoners Hamas Wants Israel to Free

Hamas is demanding the release of high-profile terrorists as a condition of a hostage deal with Israel.

Deadly Attack In Russia Brings Islamic Terrorism to the Fore 

An Islamic State affiliate is gaining strength in Central Asia.

Rafah Offensive Lays Bare U.S.-Israel Divide

Are Benjamin Netanyahu and Joe Biden at their breaking point over Gaza’s southernmost city?