As the attack on U.S. consulate in Benghazi was underway, Obama, his vice president, secretary of defense and national security team all gathered together in the Oval Office listening to desperate phone calls from American defenders. They did nothing.
Officials at the White House and State Department were advised two hours after attackers assaulted the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, on September 11 that an Islamic militant group had claimed credit for the attack, official emails show.
Kissinger’s recent statement, that in 10 years Israel will cease to exist, borders on the senile to some. What drove him to such a dramatic conclusion? Is there an imminent, fatal threat to Israel?
Iraq is allowing Iranian ground convoys to cross its territory in transit to Syria. Iraq’s exiled Vice-President Hashimi says this, as well as Iraq’s often vocal support for Assad, are clear indications that it is aligning with Iran and away from U.S. and Western interests.
In a move that will further stifle dissent and strengthen Putin’s hand in Russia, the Duma has overwhelmingly adopted a new law that dramatically expands the scope of the crime of treason.
Over the last day, the Palestinians in the same area of southern Israel I visited last fall, struck civilian areas with dozens of rockets. Also, for the first time, a surface to air missile – possibly from Libya – was shot at an IDF helicopter over Gaza.
In a curious article in Iran’s semi-official news agency FARS today, Iran is claiming that Obama not only acknowledged Iran’s right to pursue nuclear technology, but that he also did not want to impose sanctions on Iran but had to because of congressional action. This comes on the heels of Iran warning that Romney is trying to steal the US election.
The White House denied a report that it set up direct talks with Iran about its nuclear program, but that didn’t halt a flurry of speculation Sunday from Democrats, Republicans & Netanyahu.
Obama and Iran have agreed in principle for the first time to one-on-one negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program, just one day before the presidential debate on foreign policy.
American drones were in the skies above the U.S. consulate in Benghazi as the deadly attack that killed ambassador Christopher Stevens unfolded, it has been revealed. A military rescue mission was considered but rejected.
President Vladimir Putin took a personal role in the latest tests of the Russian strategic nuclear arsenal, the most comprehensive in the modern history of Russia, the Kremlin said on Saturday.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said the technology on the border was better than ever before. A DHS report suggests this is absolutely false.
A prominent Lebanese intelligence official opposed to President Bashar al-Assad was killed in a huge car bomb in Beirut in another sign that Syria’s civil war is dragging its volatile neighbor into the conflict.
Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro suffered from a massive stroke that has left him hardly able to eat, speak, and recognize people, according to a Venezuelan doctor.
Inexplicably, the US State Department is coming to the defense of a leading Dutch government official who has been accused of horrific sex crimes involving young boys.
Recently revealed notes disclose that JFK intended to bomb and invade Cuba. Had that happened, the Soviet commander on the scene would almost certainly have responded with about 100 tactical nuclear weapons under his control, igniting World War III.
The White House has put special operations strike forces on standby and moved drones into the skies above Africa, ready to strike militant targets from Libya to Mali.
The U.N. is trying to become the world’s government, superseding national sovereignty and making of the world, one nation. Find out why Dick Morris says nothing could be worse for democracy.
The world stopped getting warmer almost 16 years ago, according to new data released last week.
Obama is urged to cut off all contact with the Muslim Brotherhood after its Supreme Guide made virulently anti-Israel statements last week.
Experts are suggesting that Iran may use a nuclear EMP not necessarily against Israel, but possibly against the US or Europe. It would have devastating consequences.
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.