An American airstrike killed a senior-level Pakistani terrorist with ties to al Qaeda and the Pakistani Taliban, the Defense Department announced Saturday night.
Iran would be hit with tougher sanctions over the ongoing development of its ballistic missile system under new legislation introduced by a bipartisan group of lawmakers in both the House and Senate late Thursday.
Russia rejected U.S. charges that Moscow may be supplying the Taliban in Afghanistan, accusing Washington of peddling “a lie” to divert attention away from its own failed policies in the country.
Immigration-related crimes made up half of all federal law enforcement arrests in 2014, according to a new Department of Justice report released Thursday.
A former Russian member of parliament who fled to Ukraine after mounting heavy criticism against President Vladimir Putin was shot dead in Kiev on Thursday.
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the terrorist attack in London that killed three people Wednesday.
Rep. John Katko (R., N.Y.) lauded the Trump administration’s decision this week to prohibit passengers from airports in eight Middle Eastern and North African countries from carrying electronic devices larger than a cellphone aboard direct flights to the United States.
The British Parliament is on lockdown after reported gunshots in the area Wednesday.
Local authorities released more than 200 undocumented immigrants from prisons and jails in sanctuary jurisdictions over a week-long span despite pending federal detainment orders, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement reported Monday.
Russia and China are experiencing the highest level of military cooperation since the two countries normalized relations nearly three decades ago, posing an escalated threat to the United States and its allies in the region, according to a government report released Monday.