Far from being the last honorable man standing, as he surely pretends to be, former FBI Director James Comey has shown his true colors by writing a book that does not serve the best interests of the country or his colleagues.
The future of the landmark Iran nuclear deal hangs in the balance and its survival may depend on the unlikely success of last-minute European interventions with President Donald Trump.
Bangladesh has rejected a claim by Myanmar that the Buddhist-majority nation has repatriated the first five among some 700,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees who fled to neighboring Bangladesh to escape military-led violence against the minority group.
An Australian army general who led a secretive military operation to stop asylum seekers from coming to Australia by boat has been named the country’s next defense force chief.
Although the recent Syrian airstrikes were double the size of last year’s strikes on an airfield, President Trump reportedly selected one of the more restrained proposals designed by the Pentagon.
America’s working-level spies and law enforcement officers can see right through Comey’s charade of “leadership” and “loyalty” because they know the immeasurable damage he has caused.
Russian President Vladimir Putin warned Sunday western powers that further attacks in Syria will bring “chaos” in international relations.
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In 2008 Raul Castro took over a country where most people couldn’t own computers or cellphones, leave without permission, run most types of private businesses or enter resort hotels.
In his first TV interview since being fired by President Trump, former FBI Director James Comey came out swinging, describing Trump as “morally unfit to be president,” and an ego-driven serial liar who treats women like “meat.”
A brawl at a Sikh temple in suburban Indianapolis left three people with minor injuries, police said Sunday.
The unusual case of a New York man convicted of using online aliases to discredit his father’s detractors in a debate over the Dead Sea Scrolls is coming to an end after nine years.
China and Japan have resumed high-level economic talks after a hiatus of nearly eight years in a sign of improving ties in their often-frosty relationship.
Miami University will be handing out early copies of a Pulitzer Prize-nominated author Wil Haygood’s newest work to students who will hear him speak at the college’s 2018 convocation.
Authorities in Cincinnati are continuing to investigate why police couldn’t find a teenager who got trapped beneath a minivan’s rear bench and died at a school parking lot.
Officials in Greensboro, N.C., said one person was killed Sunday after a tornado struck the city, part of a severe storm system that also dumped two feet of snow on parts of the Upper Midwest and knocked out power to hundreds of thousands.
Kyle Plush, who was crushed to death by a minivan’s rear bench Tuesday, is being remembered by his school community as a 16-year-old of “keen intelligence, good humor, great courage.”
Authorities in Greensboro, N.C. said one person was killed Sunday when a tornado struck the city, part of a severe storm system that has also dumped two feet of snow on parts of the Upper Midwest and knocked out power to hundreds of thousands.
In 2011, after spending my adult life in California, working in the once-thriving aerospace industry there, serving 19 years in the state’s National Guard and six years in the legislature, I picked up my family and moved to Texas.
The Rev. John Sanqiang Cao paid no more than three dollars for the trip that would end up costing him his freedom.