The United States will continue to lead the world without stumbling into military misadventures, President Obama said in a commencement address at West Point Wednesday, where he made no mention of plans to provide military training to the rebels in Syria's three-year-old civil war.
The Sudanese Christian woman under a death sentence for refusing to convert to Islam has given birth to a baby girl in the squalor of prison, but has reiterated that she will not renounce her faith in Christ.
President Obama announced on May 27 that while most U.S. troops will be withdrawn from Afghanistan by the end of 2014, about 9,800 will remain.
For the past several months, the Ukraine-Crimea crisis has simmered as a volatile flashpoint that could erupt into all-out war, with potential for dire global ramifications.
On May 21, 2014, Russia and China signed a 30-year $400 billion deal for Gazprom, Russia and the world’s largest natural gas producer, to deliver 38 billion cubic meters (1,342 billion cubic feet) of Russian natural gas to Communist China each year, highlighting the emergence of a new increasingly anti-Western Sino-Soviet bloc.
The chief of CIA operations in Kabul was identified Saturday when a White House list of U.S. officials taking part in President Obama's surprise Memorial Day visit to U.S. troops in Afghanistan was released to the press.
In elections to the European “Parliament,” political parties opposed to the ongoing EU takeover made massive gains.
JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for May 26 - June 1, 2014.
As the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) releases a report about increasing pet illnesses and fatalities from Chinese-made pet food, major nationwide pet-supply retailers Petco and PetSmart announce plans to terminate the sale of chicken, duck, beef, and sweet potato jerky pet treats made in China.
After Obama heeded the UN's demand for an international war against Gadhafi, Libya was supposed to be "liberated; however, the country is on the verge of yet another civil war.