Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was reportedly arrested and held for seven hours Monday and warned to keep his mouth shut about matters detrimental to the Islamic regime.
About 100 of the 166 detainees at the Guantanamo Bay prison are participating in a hunger strike and, rewarding their efforts, Obama has renewed his efforts to close the facility.
A battle near a factory believed to be one of the Syrian regime’s main chemical weapons plant shows just how close such weapons could be to falling into al-Qaeda’s hands.
With the help of President Jimmy Carter’s national security adviser, Zbigniew Brzezinski, a high-ranking Chechen separatist leader accused of terrorism by Russia was granted political asylum in the U.S. and lived for a period of time in Boston.
As some wonder what Obama has done to rescue this American, unjustly imprisoned in Iran, his family says he may be dying.
For more than a decade, wads of American dollars packed into suitcases, backpacks and plastic shopping bags have been dropped off every month in Afghanistan. You’ll be surprised to find out who has been bribing whom in this war theater.
A Chinese car maker is setting up shop in the U.S. and is looking to the feds for help. Read more on this story here.
International Relations Minister Yuval Steinitz warned on Sunday that Iran having a nuclear weapon would be equal to thirty nuclear North Koreas.
Russian authorities secretly recorded a telephone conversation in 2011 in which one of the Boston bombing suspects discussed jihad with his mother. Read what they told the FBI.
China omitted a reference to its no-first-use strategic nuclear doctrine in a recently published government white paper.
While the administration shuts down legit functions of government, international labor unions get funded? How are the people’s interests being served by this?
The Greek government began its first mass-firing of public-sector workers in more than 100 years this week, part of an effort to lay off 180,000 by 2015 under Europe-imposed austerity.
FedEx CEO outlines recommendations to break U.S. energy dependence.
The Illuminati were amateurs. The second huge financial scandal of the year reveals the real international conspiracy: There’s no price the big banks can’t fix.
As most have already heard, the brothers Tsarnaev lived on the taxpayer dole before bombing the Boston Marathon. The American response to this revelation is nicely summed up on the cover of The Boston Herald, in big, bold print: “WHAT NERVE.”
Republican and Democratic lawmakers in the House are proposing to step up sanctions against North Korea amid growing concern over its nuclear programs as Pyongyang plans to indict an American detained for alleged hostile acts against the country.
The Department of Agriculture, via the Mexican government, assures potentially ineligible immigrants that they can still apply for food stamps on behalf of their eligible children.
A group of professionals, all with university degrees, including a veterinarian, film-maker, draftsman and others, allegedly sacrificed a 3-day old baby in Chile.
Clashes have broken out between protesters and riot police near France’s National Assembly building, hours after the country legalized gay marriage.
The FEMEN website characterized the protest as an “attack” on “one of the main European preachers of homophobia.” How dare the archbishop subscribe to traditional Christian teaching! Gotta love that liberal tolerance . . .
In its rejection, North Korea said that it refuses a U.S. condition that it abandon its nuclear and missile development programs before international sanctions are lifted.
A United Nations official has angered critics by blaming the Boston Marathon bombings on “American global domination.”
While Obama has declared a “red line” over Syrian use of chemical weapons, U.S. officials suggested on Tuesday that Washington was unlikely to respond.
Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei “has become a hostage” of an elite branch of Iran’s army that has quietly consolidated its economic and political power, a top analyst said Tuesday.
Two prominent Syrian bishops, who had warned of the threat to religious tolerance and diversity from the two-year conflict in their country, were kidnapped on Monday by armed rebels, possibly supported by the Obama Administration.