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.
North Korea conducted a failed missile test Wednesday morning, American and South Korean sources reported.
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.
Judicial Watch, a D.C-based government watchdog group, is suing the Office of National Intelligence and the Department of State in hopes of forcing a report be conducted on whether Hillary Clinton’s private email practices damaged national security during her tenure as secretary of state.
The British Parliament is on lockdown after reported gunshots in the area Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) – An assailant was shot outside the British parliament by armed police, the leader of the House of Commons said on Wednesday after loud bangs were heard and a Reuters photographer saw at least a dozen injured people on a nearby bridge.
Former President Obama’s national security adviser, who misled the public on what initiated the 2012 Benghazi attack, argued Tuesday that President Trump’s “twisting of the truth” makes the United States less safe.
Foreign government hackers caught secretly breaking into a U.S. national security network waged a 24-hour battle with cyber security officials trying to counter the cyber attack, the deputy director of the National Security Agency said Tuesday.