President Donald Trump’s nominee to lead the Department of Homeland Security denied allegations Wednesday that he molded intelligence reports to suit the administration
Protesters in Portland hurled several firebombs at officers in Oregon’s largest city during a demonstration over a Kentucky grand jury’s decision to not indict officers in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor.
Democrats in the House of Representatives will reportedly introduce a bill next week to limit the tenure of U.S. Supreme Court justices to 18 years as Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death puts a spotlight on the partisan fight over vacancies.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un apologized Friday over the killing of a South Korea official who was apparently trying to defect near the rivals’ disputed sea boundary, saying he’s “very sorry” about the incident.
Taliban attacks threaten to derail the already struggling Afghan peace talks aimed at allowing the full withdrawal of U.S. troops after more than 19 years of war in Afghanistan, U.S. Special Envoy Zalmay Khalilzad said Tuesday.
The U.S. Air Force has had to revise the way it executes its day-to-day missions amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with commanders all over the world amending their playbooks to keep airmen safe and healthy.
The exploit, which enables an attacker to become an instant administrator, is so serious it rated a perfect 10 on the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS).
In this podcast episode, AMU criminal justice professor Jennifer Bucholtz talks to IHS Managing Editor Glynn Cosker about how genetic genealogy databases may help identify unknown DNA samples of both criminals and victims.
The world’s often-divided nations united Monday to adopt a declaration commemorating the 75th anniversary of the United Nations.