The war birds of the Grand Old Party are flying back to their hawks' nests after a brief interlude from crying havoc to a war-weary public.
The official U.S. government line is that there aren't any U.S. forces fighting in the battle at Zumar, in northern Iraq, but eyewitnesses say otherwise.
That’s done it. The beheading of a second American journalist has convinced a majority of Americans that the jihadist terrorists known as the Islamic State pose a significant threat to the United States. And they want this country to do something about it.
Continuing foreign entangling alliances are beginning to have unhappy consequences for the United States.
After months of warnings about the apparently increasing degree of Russian intervention in the conflict in eastern Ukraine, a leading Russian ideologist calls for "genocide" of “a bastard race.”
As another U.S. missionary doctor serving in Liberia has come down with the Ebola virus, the head of the federal Centers for Disease Control declared that while the disease is “out of control” in West Africa, it poses no threat to the United States.
Rapid Trident, a joint military exercise conducted annually for the past few years by U.S. Army, NATO, and the Ukrainian military, will go ahead this month from September 16-26.
The Chaldean Catholic Church, one of the approved rites of Catholicism, traces its roots back to Thomas the Apostle in the first century A.D.
While most of us want to stamp out child sex abuse, some UK authorities tried to stamp out the reporting of it, disciplining one whistle-blower and forcing her into "diversity training."
In the latest development in the case of a British couple that took their five-year-old son out of the country to seek a new type of radiation therapy for the boy’s brain tumor, Britain’s Crown Prosecution Service withdrew an arrest warrant for the couple in a hearing at England and Wales’ High Court of Justice.