"As power is shifting away from the West toward Asia, the West’s ability to influence the agenda on a global scale is expected to be reduced," the latest NATO report found.
The Saudi government is looking to appropriate as much as two-thirds of a suspect's wealth.
While the government has had lofty goals for the size of its armed forces, independent analysis shows the big figures disguise the reality.
Hackers united on November 17 to target ISIS websites, apps and social media channels as part of the #SilenceTheSwords campaign.
Callan Fabian from Aukland, New Zealand, died Thursday morning from the chronic auto-immune condition.
The astronaut made a wish and you should too.
North Korea refuses to freeze its nuclear program.
But don't book your tickets yet—this place is definitely too hot to handle.
Judges in the Netherlands said that the gold, originally from Crimea, may be returned to Ukraine instead.
The additional troops will help train and advise Afghan security forces against the Taliban and ISIS.
Berlusconi has been prime minister of Italy four times, heading up the center-right Go Italy Party.
North Korea's health problems were highlighted by the defection of one soldier to the South.
Eight-year-old Belgian Malinois helped to flush out jihadis from Kabul tower block.
Riina, who died on Friday, oversaw a campaign of brutality that included the murder of judges that pursued him and dissolving children’s bodies in acid.
The castle likely dates from the reign of the ancient Urartu Kingdom.
Satelite imagery of the Sinpo South Shipyard shows a movement of large parts and components, suggesting that construction of the SINPO-C ballistic missile submarine might be underway.
"Everything is fine, just perfect. I congratulate the aircraft builders and I think we will deliver good news to the defense ministry," Putin said of the new TU-160M2.
Long before becoming president of Russia, Putin was a KGB agent.
Randy Schriver said he supported talking to the notoriously reclusive, militarized state in order to avoid a war breaking out.
Kim has insulted Trump over his age.
If the US plays a negative role, it could do serious damage to the entire Paris rule-making enterprise.
The threat should be taken seriously, the director of the SITE Intelligence Group told Newsweek.
At least $12,000 of the president’s defense funds have come from a Ukrainian-born billionaire with ties to Putin.
Bright blue and tan swirls across the Atlantic show how this year's hurricane season unfolded.
For the first time, the Nigerian women’s bobsled team will compete in the 2018 winter Olympics.
They used a giant set of water vats in the mountains of Mexico to figure it out.
The former informant said he wants to testify before Congress out of concern around Russia’s involvement in the U.S.
Around 150 players are boycotting this year's chess championship.
The Tokyo public transport system’s culture of punctuality aims for a perfect record of timetable adherence—not one second more or less.
The head of the armed forces said there was a “complete consensus” between Israel and Saudi Arabia in tackling their mutual foe, Iran.