Kofi Annan has said the situation in Syria is "bleak," expressing concern at reports the government was still conducting military operations. But experts say the West’s biased approach is to blame for that.
Writing for Forbes Magazine, climate change alarmist Steve Zwick calls for skeptics of man-made global warming to be tracked, hunted down and have their homes burned to the ground.
The international community has eased its condemnation of Iran following recent negotiations between Tehran and six other nations in Istanbul, Turkey.
It took Washington 10 years to capture Kahlid Sheikh Mohammed, who will soon be charged with murdering 2,976 people. A new book reveals his shadowy story.
A British peer has allegedly announced a £10-million bounty for Barack Obama and George W. Bush, prompting his suspension from the UK’s Labour party.
Government forces and coalition helicopters have finally put an end to insurgents’ 18-hour attacks in Afghanistan.
The New World Order under U.S. dominion turns international law on its head and puts criminal-bought flunkies on the judicial bench.
Document Sheds Light on Disputes over Treatment of Detainees
Some people are using a popular household cleaning product to make explosives, according to the NYPD. Police put out an alert earlier in the week that warned of so-called “Drano bombs.”
Carving up Pakistan by fomenting separatist movements along Pakistan’s western border has been on the US geopolitical drawing board for years.
Events were the beginning of not only our National march toward an offense-oriented military policy abroad and a police state at home but the surge of Christian Reconstructionism as well, introducing a Constitution-crushing march toward the militaris
The European Court of Human Rights has backed the extradition of Abu Hamza and four other terror suspects from the UK to the US.
France's conservative government unveiled new counterterrorism measures on Wednesday...
The United States' Joint Special Operations Command (JSOT) conducted training for the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MEK), an Iranian opposition group listed by the US as a terrorist organization, journalist Seymour Hersh claims.
“How can you make a war on terror when you are actually the terrorist?” (Unknown.)
British and U.S. officials said the Obama administration had given ironclad assurances to Prime Minister Cameron's government that the five militants would be tried in the U.S. federal court system, and they would not face a potential sentence of cap
Once upon a time in America back in the nineteenth century, there was a far-right organization known as the Ku Klux Klan that adhered to primitively radical and hidebound ideas including white supremacy and brutalized and persecuted the colored race
No Americans were killed on U.S. soil by Islamic extremists in 2011. Why does Islamophobia persist?
Outside the courtroom his "defense" attorney declined to comment when asked if his client was entraped. The attorney, said Martinez’s conversion to Islam happened just months before he was arrested, said his client accepted responsibility for his act
When is a terrorist not a terrorist? When he’s OUR terrorist.
A disturbing first-person account of Israeli soldiers assaulting peaceful protesters during the Global March to Jerusalem with weapons - from tear gas and deafening "siren" to live ammunition and breaking down doors to make random arrests
The Department of Defense approved of charges Wednesday against Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four other Guantanamo Bay prisoners for their involvement in the September 11 attacks.
As police try to find a motive behind the shooting at an Oakland, California college on Monday that left seven dead.
The next generation of surveillance drones will be nuclear powered. Instead of flying for hours, the new drones will be able to stay in the air for months.
The posting warns of al-Qaida's return to New York City
The security and surveillance state does not deal in nuance or ambiguity.
The FBI taught its agents that “bending or suspending the law” is sometimes OK, a review of training papers reveals.
Drug cartels in Mexico and across South America pose a grave and growing threat to the security of the United States, and Army General Martin Dempsey is well aware of it.
The Toulouse gunman may be dead and buried, but his dark legacy continues to stir up national passions in France.