The US attacks on military sites in Iraq and Syria are unlikely to further escalate conflict in the Middle East.
Sentiments about the Chinese Communist Party and its policies aren’t so rosy when surveyed Chinese citizens feel truly anonymous, according to USC Dornsife research.
Four candidates vying for the late Dianne Feinstein’s former seat convene on Jan. 22 at USC for the 90-minute debate co-hosted by Fox11 Los Angeles and POLITICO.
Conflict has escalated between Joe Biden and Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu over the conduct of the Israel-Hamas war. But a national security veteran says the US has little leverage over Israel.
The agreement still leaves many unanswered questions, as well as concerns from vulnerable countries about who will qualify, who pays and who is in charge.
A USC Dornsife scholar of the Middle East examines the decades-old ‘special relationship’ between Israel and the U.S.
A cease-fire deal between Israel and Hamas has seen the release of 58 hostages held in Gaza and 111 Palestinians held in Israeli jails.
Political experts explore why nearly half of Americans now choose not to identify with a political party.