Increased military spending and training to combat fake news are all part of the plan.
The rogue regime of Kim Jong Un pours all of its resources into the development of nuclear weapons, and has continued to test long-range missiles despite the sanctions.
An ISIS letter claims that Russia has intentionally occupied Muslim-majority areas in an effort to convert Muslims to Christianity or forcibly displace them.
Yevgeniy Prigozhin rose from running a hot dog stand in the 1990s to interfering in the U.S. elections and controlling Russian mercenaries in Syria.
Pakistan secured the necessary support to remain off the list of countries financing terrorism.
The relationship between Russia and the U.S. is getting worse as Moscow accuses Washington of supporting regime change.
The Israeli Defense Forces’ elite hacker group, Unit 8200, gathered information that thwarted the attack.
Sex enhancement drugs are popular in Turkey, and people can buy candy bars made from Ottoman-era aphrodisiacs on Amazon.
David Hogg, a Florida student who has been critical of politicians, has been attacked personally by right-wing activists.
Politicians proposing the bill argue that it will protect children’s rights.
Turkish troops could soon be confronting Kurds and Syrian allied forces in the northwest.
The woman says she was disowned by her mother and locked in her room, and that her brother is threatening to kill her.
A Russian malware attack is estimated to have affected around 64 countries and cost companies over $1.2 billion.
European allies are frustrated with Trump.
The police said classes would resume as usual.
Russian bots have been busy tweeting about Parkland, gun control, Florida and Nikolas Cruz, the alleged shooter.
The Republic of Florida is known to have young, white, male recruits and to promote violence like gun ownership and knife fighting.
Rights activist Ismae Teh says military personnel punched and kicked him, electrocuted him and beat him with a stick until he passed out.
The percentage of travel permits Israel accepted for “exceptional humanitarian cases” dropped by 38 percent in 5 years.
The 2018 Games, attended by over 500 North Korean delegates, are especially expensive.
Experts say the move is further proof Trump’s messaging is meaningless and disconnected from U.S. policy.