Even though there were no Marines protecting Benghazi, a Marine Security Detachment was deployed on 9/11 “protecting” the U.S. Embassy in Bridgetown, Barbados.
The United Nations’ and Europeans’ proposal to essentially tax and regulate the Internet is gaining serious steam, says US Ambassador Terry Kramer.
From the edge of a steep mountain overlooking a desert compound built into an old rock quarry, machine gunfire echoes just outside hangars where U.S. special operations forces are training Jordanian commandos.
In a race where exit polls initially suggested vote fraud, Henrique Capriles has now conceded defeat. Here’s the breakdown on why Chavez won and what the future holds.
The cross-border bombardments that Restoring Liberty has been reporting on have now become daily occurrences. Some pundits believe that the conflict could erupt into a regional war, and worse.
Spain’s debt rating was unexpectedly cut to one level above junk by Standard & Poor’s. Find out why and what that means to the Eurozone crisis here.
The world needs a similar citizen uprising to what the US saw that stopped SOPA and PIPA. Find out what taxes and regulations the hopelessly incompetent United Nations is trying to impose now.
Find out here why New York City Police Chief Ray Kelly believes Iran may target New York City if conflict with Israel erupts.
North Korea today warned that mainland America is now within range of its missiles as it accused the U.S. of conspiring with South Korea.
British Prime Minister David Cameron should drop his proposals to redefine marriage, according to a poll of his grassroots Conservative Party members. See the shocking numbers here.
A new study highlights the growing global trend of religious restrictions, whether by means of government action or social trends.
A respected US think tank has announced that Iran could possess enough weapons-grade uranium for a bomb in two to four months.
Calling handouts bloated, unfair and sometimes corrupt, Britain’s chancellor suggested they are simply unaffordable. He believes they are crushing Europe’s advanced economies.
In yet another incriminating disclosure, Ambassador Stevens himself requested that the Obama Administration keep a US Special Forces team in Libya. They were sent home instead, just a month before the ambassador’s murder.
Israeli warplanes swooped low over Lebanese villages Sunday in a menacing show of force after a mysterious aircraft that was shot out of Israeli skies.
Despite exit polling showing a narrow victory for his challenger, Venezuela’s Electoral Council declares Chavez the victor and tanks are deployed throughout the country.
U.S. companies should avoid business with Huawei Technologies Co., China’s largest phone-equipment maker, to guard against intellectual-property theft and spying, the U.S. House Intelligence Committee chair said in an interview set to air today.
This weekend marked the fourth day of cross border artillery strikes between Syria and Turkey, heightening fears that the crisis could erupt into a regional conflict.
In a new low for CNN, it has been discovered that the network is receiving funding from foreign governments, like Bahrain’s, in exchange for posting positive content about those nations. Moreover, critical stories about such countries are apparently blacklisted.
ABC News has obtained an internal State Department email indicating that the State Department denied a request from the security team at the Embassy of Libya in May of this year.
It’s probably just a coincidence; no need to worry yet. But the U.S. has quietly assembled a powerful air, land and sea armada not far from where Japan and China are squaring off over disputed islands in the East China Sea.
In a shocking Middle Eastern interview, a professor and former Egyptian MP says, “Allah willing,” Israel will be annihilated by next year.
A reputed Houston-based agent for the Russian government is accused of leading an operation that clandestinely shipped sensitive cutting-edge microelectronics from the United States to Russia’s military and intelligence agencies.
Al-Qaeda has been blamed for a recent series of forest fires across Europe, as the head of Russia’s Federal Security Service claimed they were set by arsonists as part of the group’s low-cost attack strategy.
Two House Republicans say they have been informed by whistleblowers that the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi was attacked and threatened 13 times before the incident last month that killed four Americans.