The communist People’s Republic of China has been waging “unrestricted war” against the United States as its top financial and cyber adversary, cautioned national security expert Frank Gaffney during a 2018 CPAC event Friday.
Nicholas Young, the disgraced D.C. Metro Transit Police Department officer convicted of providing support for the Islamic State (ISIS) in December, was sentenced to 15 years in prison Friday.
Panelists at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) attempted to disband some of the biggest misconceptions that many Americans have about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on Thursday.
Locals in Dapchi, Nigeria pelted Yobe state Governor Ibrahim Gaidam with rocks after the government admitted it had lied about rescuing dozens of schoolchildren abducted by Boko Haram this week.
Palestinian Authority (PA) president Mahmoud Abbas addressed the United Nations Security Council this week, reiterating a farrago of falsehoods and distortions that underscore his lack of interest in a genuine peace with Israel.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his family are on the tail end of a visit to India meant to develop economic ties and enhance Canada’s profile abroad, but has instead generated widespread ridicule of the leftist head of government and outrage at his ties to a convicted terrorist.
U.S.-led efforts to once again add Pakistan to a global watchdog list of countries that fuel terrorism financing recently succeeded despite opposition from Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and its Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) allies.
Republican prospects in the 2018 midterm elections are getting brighter, according to a panel of top conservative political analysts at this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference.
The day before he is scheduled to return home from India, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau finally got to meet with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The two leaders sought to bring an upbeat conclusion to a journey that became a diplomatic nightmare for Canada. Modi greeted Trudeau with a hug, then sat down for bilateral talks.
North Korea has opened talks with South Korea over the possibility of their participation in the upcoming Paralympic Games, officials in Seoul have revealed.
A Pentagon spokesman on Thursday questioned reports that Russia has deployed advanced stealth fighter jets to Syria, saying the U.S. military could not confirm their presence and that “deconfliction” strategy for the U.S. coalition would not change in any event.
Cuban dictator Raúl Castro welcomed a delegation of American Congresspersons this week led by Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT), who used the opportunity to disparage their own government as “stupid” for maintaining sanctions on Havana and defend the communist regime from evidence that it allowed an attack on U.S. diplomats that resulted in brain damage.
The United States plans to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem on May 14, Steven Goldstein, undersecretary of State for public diplomacy said Friday.
Intel has confirmed that they did not alert security officials about the “Meltdown” and “Spectre” CPU bugs until the security vulnerabilities were made public.
A new report from Cambridge University warns that rogue states, criminal gangs, and terrorist organizations could use artificial intelligence technology to wreak untold havoc in the very near future.
The Arab world must shoulder the responsibility of the Palestinian people, who they have for years used as pawns against Israel, and the world must stop using the phrase “two-state solution,” according to guests at a panel discussion at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Thursday.
NEW YORK — David J. Kramer, a former State Department official and longtime associate of John McCain, reportedly invoked the Fifth Amendment to get out of testifying before the House Intelligence Committee regarding the infamous, largely discredited 35-page dossier on President Donald Trump.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s disastrous trip to India has been widely mocked amid photos of him in traditional Indian garb.
OXON HILL, MD – Years of persecution has left the Middle East’s once-thriving Christian population at odds for survival as what is being described as a “genocide” of the followers of Jesus Christ threatens to eradicate them.
TEL AVIV – The IDF completed a series of drills Thursday simulating attacks from its northern border in preparation for a potential war in Lebanon, the IDF said.
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WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is considering an offer from Republican mega-donor Sheldon Adelson to pay for at least part of a new U.S. embassy in Jerusalem, four U.S. officials told The Associated Press.
An elderly British couple have been kidnapped in South Africa, with some suggestions of a link to radical Islamic terrorism.
Qatar is helping Israel avoid another Gaza war by funneling relief money to impoverished Palestinians with Washington’s blessing, a Qatari diplomat said on Thursday, describing the cooperation as evidence of Doha’s distance from Islamist Hamas.
The Holy Spirit cannot be contained, and works in all people, including non-believers, pagans and people of other religions, Pope Francis told members of the Roman curia following a Lenten retreat in the central Italian town of Ariccia on Friday.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas was taken to a Baltimore hospital Thursday for a routine checkup, Palestinians said.
The Israeli military on Thursday began its final preparations for a major air defense exercise with the United States, which is set to kick off at the beginning of next month, the army said.
New York City rapper Azealia Banks had a few choice words for anti-Israel protesters who called on her to cancel her upcoming show in the Jewish State.
Oil slicks are washing ashore in Japan after an Iranian tanker sunk in the East China Sea last month, local coastguards have confirmed.
North Korea’s Olympic “charm offensive” came to an end on Thursday as officials announced Pyongyang’s delegation to the closing ceremony would include Kim Yong-chol, who is currently vice chairman of the Workers’ Party Central Committee but formerly chief of the North Korean military intelligence agency blamed for the 2010 torpedo attack on the South Korean corvette Cheonan.
Chinese state media accused India of potentially triggering another showdown with Beijing along their mutual border, citing recent provocative comments by New Delhi officials and visits to the disputed border regions.
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny recently launched a campaign to boycott Russia’s upcoming elections from which he has been banned. The police declared his protest illegal and arrested him, as they have done many times in the past, along with his campaign chief Leonid Volkov.
The Syrian government’s SANA news outlet reports that unspecified “popular forces” supporting dictator Bashar al-Assad have arrived in the northern province of Afrin, currently under invasion by the Turkish military.
The human rights crisis in Venezuela has further deteriorated as socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro seeks to destroy all opposition and turn the country into a one-party state.
Just when Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau seemed to have smoothed out the rough patches in his relationship with India, he ignited another firestorm by inviting a convicted terrorist from the Sikh separatist movement to dinner.
Flooded with an influx of impoverished Venezuelan refugees fleeing the socialist failed state, Brazil has begun to implement a plan to relocate and assimilate hundreds of them throughout the nation.
Cuban officials prevented dissident Daniel Llorente, trapped in a psychiatric ward despite no official diagnosis or legal charges against him, from seeing his son this weekend after he made a sign reading “down with Raul Castro’s dictatorship” and held it up within the facility.
Not only is the Trump administration tough on Russia, but its toughness is also a function of a hard-headed strategy to diminish Russian power in Syria and throughout the Middle East.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro has proposed holding a mega-election in order to provide a sense of “democratic renewal” as he continues to govern the country by decree.
The U.S. Embassy in Montenegro was attacked with an explosive device around midnight local time on Wednesday. The attacker, who has been identified as a 43-year-old former Serbian soldier named Dalibor Jaukovic, was the only casualty.
Turkey is already involved in a military incursion into Syria and might be on the verge of a full-scale conflict with the Syrian government, or even a confrontation with U.S. forces, but the Turkish ruling party is also surprisingly enthusiastic about invading Greece. Even some Turkish politicians are hot for a war with Greece they believe they would easily win.
China is “upgrading” its military theater command that covers operations at or near its border with India as it prepares to confront and repel “any threat” from the south, a Chinese armed forces specialist told the communist nation’s propaganda newspaper the Global Times.
A Saudi native jihadist held at the U.S. Guantánamo military prison in Cuba will keep enjoying the perks granted to him for becoming a witness for the prosecution now that authorities can no longer repatriate him until the U.S. and the Sunni kingdom finalize the agreement for his release.
OXON HILL, Maryland — CPAC attendees raucously cheered Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday when he harshly rebuked positive media coverage of North Korean Leader Kim Jong-Un’s sister at the Olympics.
TEL AVIV — Fatah criticized the Hamas terrorist group on Wednesday after spokespeople for Gaza’s Hamas rulers said that Palestinians should be preparing for life after Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and that the PA has finished its historic role.