Following a threat of extermination at the hands of the terrorist group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), virtually all Christians have fled the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, a community the faithful have called home for some 1,700 years.
Boko Haram Islamist terrorist attacks continue unabated against Christian villages in Nigeria.
The tragedy of the civil war that has raged in Ukraine’s eastern regions for the past several months spilled out far beyond the borders of that nation on July 17 when 298 passengers and crew of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 (MH 17) were murdered by an anti-aircraft missile fired from within the contested region.
Executive Order 12333 issued by Ronald Reagan provides a large loophole for spying on Americans.
Australia recently became the first developed nation to repeal its deeply unpopular tax on CO2 emissions.
International efforts led by Egyptian authorities to secure a ceasefire in the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas, an Islamic terror group that rules Gaza with an iron fist, initially failed after the militant group refused to stop launching the barrage of rockets into southern Israeli territory.
With Russian men and materiel flowing into Ukraine to perpetuate that nation's civil war, Putin's impatience for a casus belli may soon reach the breaking point.
Democrats in Congress are pumping the brakes on negotiations of a multinational trade pact, worried that a significant bloc of their base would leave the party should the agreement be approved before the November elections.
Chinese hackers, presumably working for the communist dictatorship in Beijing, broke into sensitive U.S. government computer systems in March holding information on federal employees, the New York Times reported on July 9, citing senior U.S. officials.
In its ongoing assault against faith, China's regime has sentenced a Christian pastor to twelve years in prison for supposedly disturbing "public order."