Despite the United States and other allies' best efforts, the first post-ISIS challenge is upon us.
Until the last minute, most passengers believed the hijacking was for real.
"Smash his head with a rock, run him over with your car, throw him from a high place, choke him, poison him."
The US may stay on as a bulwark against Iranian expansion until the civil conflict comes to an end.
Trump is opposed by the international community, much of his own cabinet and prominent Republicans.
Using North Korea's conduct as an excuse to trash the nuclear agreement with Iran is dangerous ploy.
Moscow has accused Washington of "kidnapping" its citizens as the U.S. cracks down on international cybercrime.
The key problem for Trump's desire to withdraw is simple: Iran is adhering to the deal.
The president is yet to decide on the strategy, but it would allow more aggressive action against Iran's forces.
The bombing of a chemical weapons facility in Syria was to prevent Hezbollah attacking Israel
Jihadis are still battling three months after launching an armed offensive on the southern city.
Dean Randy Hollerith has said Trump's directives are "un-Christian" and do not advance "Christian values."
Paul Ryan and Nancy Pelosi are even more unpopular than President Donald Trump.
Amnesty International has launched a campaign to highlight abductions in Syria.
To date, nearly 2,000 wounded Syrians have been treated at the Galilee Medical Center, writes CEO Masad Barhoum.
Creating permanent Iranian military bases in Syria would cross a red line.
Kurdish officials say the political ramifications of suspending the landmark vote are too big to reverse course.
A House of Lords report and a top British cop say less shared intelligence increases the danger of Islamist terror.
In 2015, a Virginia teen was arrested after tweeting instructions on how to donate Bitcoin to ISIS.
Michael Dorf writes, Suppose the U.S. had lost World War II and that the Nazis erected giant memorials and renamed cities.
With ISIS near defeat, is Trump handing over eastern Syria to Iran and Assad?
President Donald Trump went back to blaming "both sides" for Saturday's violence in Charlottesville at a surreal press conference.
George Papadopoulos, a young foreign policy adviser to Trump's campaign, suggested the candidate meet with Russian leaders, The Washington Post reported on Monday evening.