Drones Are Not Hard to Fly, Making It Easy to Kill
President Donald Trump mocked the drone attack during a presidential rally in Venezuela, but it could happen in the U.S. as well.
U.S. Air Force to Join Ukraine in Military Exercises
The exercises are taking place as tensions rise between Russia and Ukraine in the Sea of Azov.
German Spy Chief Fired, Accused of Far-Right Sympathies
Hans-Georg Maassen suggested that a video showing far-right violence against migrants was fake.
Want to Make Your iPhone Faster? Download Apple iOS 12
The update will "make everyday tasks on iPhone and iPad faster and more responsive," Apple said.
Ghostly Nursery Rhyme Terrorizes Residents For Months
For months the eerie tones of "It's raining, it's pouring" would drift down empty streets, leaving locals confused and terrified.
The Filthiest Spot in the Airport Isn't the Bathroom
Everyone touches this filthy place.
China, S. Africa Expand Ties Amid Fury Over Trump Tweet
The U.S. says Chinese influence is bad for Africa, but South Africa and other countries are questioning what President Donald Trump has to offer.
Putin: Russia 'Must Respond' to NATO Missile Systems
Russian President Vladimir Putin said U.S.-led NATO was refusing to discuss easing increasing tensions. NATO disputed this.
Russia Has Plan to Fight 'Terrorism' in Latin America
Russia's envoy to Argentina said he had "information indicating that terrorists probably consider using Latin America for their criminal goals."
Mexico's Obrador Will Replace Guards With Civilians
The populist politician said 20 unarmed men and women "are going to take care of me."
White Man Spits in Black Security Guard's Face
"I've encountered somebody saying a racial slur, somebody not being too happy with security, but never ran into where an individual, especially a white individual, felt comfortable enough to spit on me."
White Supremacist Has Gov. Security Clearance: Report
"We do not tolerate hatred or illegal conduct, and we condemn racist activities in any shape or form," a Northrop Grumman spokesperson told Newsweek.
Mexico's Obrador Says He Doesn't Need Bodyguards
"I don't want to go around surrounded by bodyguards…I want the people to look after me," the president-elect has previously said.
Activists Crash Drone Into Nuclear Plant
Greenpeace sent a drone dressed like Superman into a nuclear plant in France.
U.S. Warns Travelers of Terrorism, Arrests in Turkey
The State Department asks that you "reconsider travel" to Turkey and explicitly warns "do not travel" to certain areas of the country.
ICE Inadequately Oversees Immigrant Detention Centers
Report shows that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement doesn't ensure "adequate oversight or systemic improvements" in immigration detention centers.
Russia Is Preparing a Huge Cyberattack, Ukraine Warns
The head of Ukraine's cyber police said the preparation that's been detected could only have been done by Russian hackers.
Singapore Deports 'Trespassing' South Koreans
"I think it's a bad idea in any country to break into ambassador's residences," said a Singapore government minister.
Is the U.S. Failing to Secure Afghanistan?
Security situation in Kabul continues to deteriorate.
Footage Shows Tourist Kidnapped at Thailand Airport
The kidnappers demanded $470,000 from the victim's husband for her safe return.
Cabinet Member's Secretary Caught Selling Sex
The woman boasted to a client she knew everything about her boss's whereabouts, and said she would "love to get sacked" for having sex on his desk.
Trump Orders DHS to Turn Away Caravan Migrants
Roughly 50 immigrants from Central America made it to the U.S.-Mexico border after traveling in a caravan of as many as 1,500 people.
France Is Testing Its Own Encrypted Messenger App
President Emmanuel Macron is reportedly very fond of Telegram but Paris is concerned that there is no alternative app that is based in France.
We Need More Than Just New Voting Machines
Securing electoral systems across the U.S. is a big problem with high stakes.
Gmail Security Issue Exposes Accounts to Hacks
Security expert James Fisher highlighted a new threat that could expose Gmail users to hackers.
Why Hasn't John Bolton Disbanded His PACs?
Two PACs, with more than $3 million on hand, were still registered in the name of John Bolton, Donald Trump's new national security adviser.
Facebook: Users Brace to Find Out Scale of Data Breach
Facebook's entire user base braces to find out who was affected in the data misuse scandal.
John Bolton is a Threat at Home and Abroad
Bolton rose to prominence in the Bush (43) administration's first term as the Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security Affairs, where he frequently clashed not only with his Bush administration colleagues.
Trump National Security Aides All Oppose His Syria Plan
Trump recently said "it's time" to rapidly pull soldiers out of Syria.
French Hero of Jihadi Attack Receives Highest Honor
The body of Lieutenant Colonel Arnaud Beltrame, 44, was transported across Paris in a procession on Wednesday morning to Les Invalides military museum, the burial site of Napoleon Bonaparte.