"Airstrikes alone won't defeat this enemy," wrote Secretary of State John Kerry, describing the threat the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria poses to the United States and the rest of the world.
As awareness grows of the international establishment’s globalist plotting against liberty and national sovereignty, problems on the road toward a “New World Order” are becoming increasingly obvious, and opposition is surging in tandem.
Informed sources say American journalist James Foley was waterboarded several times before being beheaded by his Islamic State captors, the Washington Post reported.
On September 1, 1983, the airwaves were abuzz with reports that a Korean Airlines flight that had either been shot down or forced down off the east coast of the Soviet Union.
Republican Rand Paul has claimed that if he runs for president in 2016, he would be able to draw more Democratic and independent votes than most other GOP hopefuls.
The terrorist group Boko Haram has declared the predominantly Christian town of Gwoza in northeastern Nigeria an Islamic “caliphate,” following the slaughter of more than 100 residents there.
At the end of the month marking the centenary of the start of World War I, Great Britain appears to be readying once again the "Guns of August," this time in alliance with fellow members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
On August 14th, Nouri Kamil Mohammed Hasan al-Maliki stepped down as the president of Iraq. He had held the post since May 20, 2006.
As Russian soldiers and tanks invade Ukraine, the German chancellor worries about “damaging” Russia.
The devastation visited upon Yazidis, Kurds, and Christians is a consequence of U.S. foreign policy.