Ending Involvement in Airstrikes Was a Key Campaign Promise
With the ink still damp on voter slips, newly crowned elected Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wasted no time in fulfilling the first of his liberal "hope" and "change" promises.
The United States has deployed a number of attack aircraft to an airbase in southern Turkey, a US military official says.
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No nuclear bombs have been used as weapons since the attacks on Japan, but thousands of tests have been conducted – primarily by the US and USSR throughout the Cold War.
China's push to build military outposts on island specks in the South China Sea is one of Asia's worst-kept secrets.
Facebook is accused of censoring investigative journalism about a powerful family
Thanks largely to efforts by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Germany is expected to receive between 800,000 and 1 million refugees this year.
US Military Tank "Intrudes" Into Bombed 'Doctors Without Borders' Hospital, Destroys Potential Evidence
With US Warships En Route To Islands, China Asks: "What On Earth Makes Them Think We Will Tolerate This?"
Turkey, once a pillar of Mideast stability, looks increasingly like a slow-motion truck crash.
Russia, alarmed by increased activity by Islamist insurgents near its borders with Central Asia, may act to re-establish its control over Tajikistan's border with Afghanistan, a senior Russian defense official said on Thursday.
Because the US has come up rather short on results in 13 months of airstrikes on ISIS targets, the world has developed quite a fascination with the videos coming out of the Russian Defense Ministry of late.
Late last month, India surprised 51 out of 52 economists when the RBI cut rates by 50bps.
While another town of just 4,000 residents prepares to accept 3,000 migrants
One of the great things about Wi-Fi is that those airwaves are available to anyone.
By 2012, Ross Ulbricht's online drug bazaar had grown into a woldwide empire. In the conclusion of our exclusive account, The Feds are closing in.
"The trend in our projected net resources has continued to be negative," warns Treasury Secretary Lew forcing the administration to move up the deadline for the end of extraordinary measures from Nov 5th to Nov 3rd.
After two consecutive days of miserable Chinese econ data, when first imports and exports, and then wholesale deflation disappointed for one more month, overnight we got even more Chinese data this time on the "credi input end" when Beijing reported
After collapsing in August and unable to get up in September, October's Empire Fed bounced very modestly from -14.67 to -11.36 (but missed expectations for the 7th month of the last 8).
A teenager hunting for birds in the jungle of a Philippine island claims to have stumbled upon a fuselage "full of skeletons" and a Malaysian flag, and authorities believe it could be from missing Flight MH370.
Russia's airstrikes on rebel strongholds in Syria, now in their fifth day, are a game-changer. To borrow an aphorism from philosopher Yogi Berra, "The future ain't what it used to be." Yogi also warned, "It's tough to make predictions, es
Russia has struck over 110 ISIS targets in Syria in just two weeks. Over 40% of the Islamic State's infrastructure has reportedly been destroyed already.
Amid the ornate walls of Damascus' famed Omayyad Mosque, preacher Maamoun Rahmeh stood before worshippers last week, declaring Russian President Vladimir Putin a "giant and beloved leader" who has "destroyed the myth of the self-aggrandizing America.
The latest round of attacks is shocking, but no anomaly. There will never be quiet as long as one group of citizens are forced to live without rights, and with no way out
Last week's release (link is external) by Wikileaks of what is believed to be the current and essentially final version of the intellectual property chapter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership confirms our worst fears about the agreement, and dashes the
small government roots. Shocking! A positive, factual, accurately-reported Rand Paul article that doesn't consist solely of a "journalist" asking Rand Paul what he thinks of Donald Trump. Enjoy!
Last fall hundreds of thousands of pro-democracy protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong and encountered a serious logistical issue: Their phones weren't working.
Daniel Craig, who griped he'd rather "slash his wrists" than do another Bond film just weeks before the new movie "Spectre" is to be released, has been told to shut up by execs at Sony, sources tell Page Six.