ISIS is down but not out in Syria, and more battles and a bloody insurgency await the forces fighting the group.
Following the Kurds' shock loss of Kirkuk, Yazidi fighters with Iranian-backed militias have captured the town of Sinjar.
Washington has been fighting Al-Shabab for a decade in Somalia, but there’s no end in sight.
The former White House communications director's new "media venture" got slammed as being tasteless for tweeting a Holocaust poll.
The Alex Jones crowd thinks this will ultimately lead to enslavement.
The Kremlin is looking to place a female candidate on the ballot, according to reports.
Ursula Haverbeck has repeatedly downplayed or denied Nazi crimes.
Archaeologists examined the remains of over 100 individuals.
Government officials once again disclosed information about Israeli operations that aid Washington.
Pyongyang's deputy ambassador spoke to the U.N. General Assembly committee for disarmament, but skipped the most inflammatory parts of his statement.
The militant group has seized upon the instability in Yemen, where a two-year civil war rages on.
Quebec has tried to ban face veils in the public sector on two occasions before.
Republicans say there are "numerous reports emerging almost every day" of Robert Mueller and his team engaging in conflicts of interest
Israeli archaeologists say the structure dates back to the second century.
In Russia's Sakhalin region and elsewhere, predators yearning to fatten up before winter hibernation are biting dogs and terrifying locals.
"We all thought, 'Oh, it's just for fun, we're not going to detect anything more.'"
The head of the Philippine military said only about 30 militants remained in the formerly ISIS-held city and that victory would come "in a matter of days."
Saturday's attack occurred just two days after the head of the United States Africa Command was in Mogadishu to visit Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed.
A 30-second video shows a plane shifting through the air and down to the tarmac.
Entrepreneur Maxim Lapunov claims a group of Chechen men beat him to make him denounce other gay men, as allegations of a regional purge continue.
They'll have to wait until June when the ban on women driving is finally lifted.
The powerful hydrogen bomb test was significantly more powerful than all of North Korea's previous nuclear tests combined.
More greenhouse gases are not what we needed right now.
Scots nationalists are invoking Catalonia to resurrect pro-independence ideas that have fallen out of favor among Scottish voters.
From Iraq to Syria to Yemen, Iran is sponsoring change through funding terror.
The policy is quite moderate and could advance American national security interests.
Joshua Boyle and his wife, Caitlin Coleman, were kidnapped and held by the Haqqani network—whose leader is the deputy head of the Afghan Taliban—for five years and one day.
Where's the best place in the world to be a woman? A study has ranked 19 of the biggest megacities.
Neil Buchanan writes that behavioral economists have shown people "consistently behave in ways that defy economic theory."
Leaflets from North Korea typically contain anti-American content but the latest wave are aimed specifically at Trump