British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said his country stands “shoulder to shoulder” with Japan in efforts to put an end to North Korea’s nuclear and missile tests
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Mexican authorities have killed the suspected leader of a local drug gang and seven others on the south side of Mexico City
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly says prosecuting parents who pay traffickers to illegally bring their children across the U.S. border will hopefully quell human trafficking
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly says security at the nation’s ports is a top priority to preventing terrorism
Myanmar’s military, accused of committing genocide, brought 14 international journalists in a village in northern Rakhine state in an attempt to improve its image
An Alaska man suspected of faking his death to avoid a prison term has been charged with conspiracy and false distress
The US says a 4-month ban on laptops in the cabins of some planes heading for the US is over
US seeks political solution in Syria and says Assad doesn’t have to go first
President Donald Trump and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis say the U.S. is winning its fight against the Islamic State group and enlarging an international coalition to defeat the group.
A Republican budget blueprint that would begin to clear a path for a GOP effort to overhaul the tax code this fall is headed to an uncertain fate after winning a key committee vote Wednesday night
The Trump administration is praising Sudan for improving its counterterrorism record despite keeping it on a blacklist of countries that sponsor terrorism
The Office of Naval Research is trying not to make bets on certain technologies and is instead betting on its people.
Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard Paul Zukunft speaks with Federal Drive host Tom Temin at the Coast Guard headquarters in Washington, D.C.