defense & security
The United States now leans on the Niger base because, according to newly-revealed documents, it's the only country that will let them conduct drone operations.
Aleppo under fire as Russia says chances of ending the Syrian war "almost impossible"
VICE News, the Associated Press, and USA Today filed a lawsuit Friday seeking records related to the FBI's purchase from hackers of a "tool" to unlock the shooter's iPhone 5c.
A new government report says at least four released Guantanamo Bay detainees have "returned to terrorist activities" in the first half of 2016.
US lawmakers are once again trying to use the annual defense spending bill to block the transfer of Guantanamo Bay detainees who have been cleared for release.
Up to 25 young people who espouse radical ideology are supposed to voluntarily check in to the center in Beaumont-en-Veron, a town of about 2,800 people located 210 miles southwest of Paris. They can return home on the weekends if they choose.
The deal, reportedly worth $3.8 billion a year for 10 years, will stipulate that Israel spend more of its aid money with US defense contractors.
Clinton says she would “not allow” Kim Jong-un to develop a nuclear warhead, but experts say that will happen soon if it hasn’t already.
"Americans, they will really kill them, they will try to kidnap them to get ransom," Rodrigo Duterte said of Islamic State affiliate Abu Sayyaf in a speech on Monday.
Assad expressed dismay that, "after five years, some people still haven't woken up from their fantasies," and vowed to retake "every area from the terrorists and to rebuild."
Kim Jong-un’s regime has repeatedly made a mockery of international sanctions designed to stop the country’s development of nuclear weapons.
9/11 families are looking for compensation, but a little newspaper in Florida wants to know what the feds aren't telling us.