Pope Francis's four-day visit to the United States was by any measure a personal and political triumph. The crowds were immense, and coverage of the Holy Father on television and in the print press swamped the state visit of Xi Jinping, the lead
Putin Speech to UN assembly. "Export of so-called democratic revolutions continues globally..."
Awesome photos of Sunday night's rare super blood moon eclipse -- there won't be another one until 2033
Catalonia will be free!
Beggars can be choosy. And they are. For example, many refugees whine 'Finland's No Good', because of the cold.
Vladimir Putin Explains To The UN Why The World's Chaos Is Not His Fault Either (After Obama claimed he was innocent) - Live Feed
In a deeply disturbing development in the Muslim invasion of Europe, Europeans are being forced from their homes to accommodate the invaders.
Sept 2015 eclipse
NWO agents and Satan worshipers prove that they cannot string to sentences together without contradicting themselves. This is why Putin no longer pays attention to their threats.
Russia's defence ministry on Thursday said it will hold naval drills in the "east Mediterranean" in September and October, as the West frets over a military buildup by Moscow in Syria.
What does Russian President Vladimir Putin think about being called a "czar"? He tells Charlie Rose the label doesn't fit
Documents: British Government Spied On EVERYONE'S Web Activity, Targeted Internet Radio Listeners
Iran has given permission for five Americans to study in a Tehran University masters program a 'breakthrough,' the department head says. Others are enrolling in Persian language classes.
The central bank is facing a communications problem.
Ron Amram has been in the brand marketing business for about 20 years. In the 2000s he was media director for Sprint's prepaid cellular group, mainly figuring out where the carrier should spend its ad dollars
Chinese president Xi Jinping is visiting the U.S. with a heavy itinerary. One of his stops included a speech Tuesday given to business leaders in Seattle addressing a number of concerns
Francis's White House speech appeared to focus on domestic religious freedoms while the president sought to extend the issue globally, in what some religious advocates believe to be another sign that Obama is 'anti-Catholic'
Filling wrinkles? It will cost less than in the U.S. `Now we're hiring again,' a cosmetic-surgery center says
Step by step, Washington is inexorably setting up a major provocation against China.
Alexis Tsipras has hailed a "victory of the people" after his left-wing Syriza party won Greece's fifth election in six years.
A confidential informant says the DEA had its sights set on Bolivia's populist leader.
Kyle Bass On The Currency Wars And Central Bank Race To The Bottom--You Haven't Seen Nothing Yet
Senior negotiator describes rejection of alleged proposal – since which time tens of thousands have been killed and millions displaced
A US Air Force general says the Pentagon needs to develop new tactics to keep up with Russian military advances, stating that Moscow has "closed the gap in capability." He added that Washington's air advantage is dwindling.
Aso, one of the more dangerous volcanoes in Japan, had an explosive eruption today. Based on webcam (see above) and news footage of the volcano, Aso produced a large, dark-grey plume of ash and volcanoes gases around 9:45 AM (Japan local time).
We are a tax haven for wealthy foreigners with a low corporate tax rate and huge business subsidies. So why increase income taxes on working class residents?
ONLINE PRIVACY PROJECTS come and go. But as the anonymity software Tor approaches its tenth year online, it's grown into a powerful, deeply-rooted privacy network overlaid across the internet.
Market turmoil means moving from the zero bound gets even trickier.
Tensions have been high in the country since president Mohammed Morsi was ousted in July 2013
Russia on Monday launched its largest military exercises of the year, Centre-2015, involving some 95,000 soldiers including ground troops, navy and airforce units.