Islamic State jihadists in Iraq and Syria pose a “multi-faceted threat” to the West but are “not invincible,” as US air strikes have exposed their
With the start of the World Cup less than a week away, the eyes of much of the global football community are upon… the United States.
Under intense grilling from members of the US Congress, General Motors chief executive officer Mary Barra testified on Tuesday about the carmaker’s
US and UK spy agencies have been developing methods of scooping up user data from smartphone apps such as Angry Birds, it has emerged.
Three people died in a shooting at a large shopping center outside of Baltimore, Maryland on Saturday, and police asked people inside the mall to
The US says it is probing pictures on a celebrity gossip website that appear to show the burning of dead Iraqi insurgents.
TMZ.com said it had
The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday approved a $1.1 trillion spending
bill that eliminates the threat of a government shutdown through
It was an awkward moment: Amid a growing scandal over the improper use of public assets as political payback, embattled New Jersey Governor and
President Barack Obama will travel to South Africa next week to participate in memorial
events for Nelson Mandela, the former South African president
Millions of Americans in the northeast who are planning to travel for the Thanksgiving holiday this Thursday may not only encounter busy airports and
Less than 24 hours after the polls closed on election night Tuesday, the civil war within the Republican Party erupted – or at least the first
In Washington, European Commission Vice President Viviane Reding harshly criticized the Obama administration for allegedly spying on German
US President Barack Obama may have won the battle of the budget (for now), but Obamacare still ignites political passions like no other piece of
It’s a relic of the Cold War that is arguably still as important as ever for world peace.
The red telephone, the system of top-level crisis
Martin Luther King’s iconic “I have a dream” speech 50 years ago acted as a catalyst for the civil rights movement in the United States, a movement