The Obama administration announced that it would be purchasing another $680 million worth of military helicopters for the Afghan regime of Hamid Karzai.
Covering the recent WikiLeaks release, the media focused on a Kissinger quote reported by The New American in 2010: “The illegal we do immediately; the unconstitutional takes a little longer.”
One of the most prominent rebel factions fighting on behalf of the Obama administration-backed “regime change” operation in Syria announced that it's merging with al-Qaeda in Iraq.
Margaret Thatcher, 87, who passed away on April 8 after suffering a stroke, was the longest-serving prime minister of Great Britain of the 20th century and the only woman to hold the post.
In a visit to Sudan last week, Egypt’s Obama-backed Muslim regime of Mohammed Morsi said it was pursuing "integration" with the dictatorship ruling Sudan.
Security forces and locals launched an attack on hundreds of Christians inside St. Mark's Coptic Orthodox Cathedral in Cairo.
JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for April 8-14, 2013.
As North Korea continues to warn of a nuclear war, U.S. officials insist they are trying to defuse the situation.
As thousands of foreign jihadists flood into Syria in the Obama-backed war, the nation could soon become a breeding ground for dangerous Islamic extremists.
In a story reported by Russia Today on March 28, Sergey Koshelev, identified as head of the Russian Defense Ministry’s department of international cooperation, said that his ministry will soon begin discussions with NATO representatives to seek an arrangement allowing Russia to establish new bases in Afghanistan to repair military hardware.