Russian security officers raided the Moscow office of the opposition group Open Russia on Thursday while President Vladimir Putin answered questions during his annual call-in show.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Recent satellite images published on Thursday show China has made rapid progress in building an airstrip suitable for military use in contested territory in the South China Sea’s Spratly Islands and may be planning another, moves that have been greeted with concern in the United States and Asia.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Members of the United Nations Security Council teared up on Thursday when Syrian doctors showed a video of failed attempts to resuscitate three children after a chlorine gas attack in March, prompting renewed calls for accountability.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A Florida man who caused a major security scare after landing a small helicopter on the west lawn of the U.S. capitol was charged with two criminal offenses and then released from U.S. custody on Thursday pending trial.
Just a day after Tax Day, the Internal Revenue Service has placed a lien on MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry and her husband, James Perry, reports the Washington Times.
Kate Upton could be taking her talents to a baseball town near you.
There are a “substantial number of fences” that the Hillary Clinton campaign must mend with the black community to win their vote, according to an April Reign column in Ebony.
A former loan official for the Export-Import Bank has been charged by the Justice Department with bribery for accepting cash or goods as bribes on 19 separate occasions.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted 19-0 on Tuesday to approve an amended version of a bill that would give Congress a vote on any final nuclear deal with Iran.
A Florida veteran says he was repeatedly put on hold for up to ten minutes at a time when trying to call the Department of Veterans Affairs suicide hotline.
On Tuesday, the Center for Security Policy sent a thank you letter containing signatures from more than 150 security experts to Sen. Tom Cotton and the other 46 senators that sent an open letter to Iran’s leaders.
Hillary Clinton has more Facebook fans from Baghdad than any other city in the world, according to an analysis by Vocativ.
A new poll of likely voters found that Hillary Clinton is losing to a generic Repubican in 2016 battleground states.
Proponents of President Barack Obama’s détente with Cuba have argued that it will push other regional leaders to lend more vocal support for democracy and human rights in the region, but Brazil appears to have not followed through.
United States military spending fell by 6.5 percent in 2014, according to a report released Monday by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s Defence Ministry will be ready to swiftly deliver the S-300 missile system to Iran if it gets the green light to do so, Interfax news agency quoted an official at the ministry as saying on Monday.