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US Hardens Border At Tijuana To Prepare For Migrant Caravan

The U.S. government says it's working to "harden" the border crossing from Tijuana, Mexico, to prepare for the arrival of the approaching migrant caravan.

FBI Report Shows 17 Percent Spike In Hate Crimes In 2017

Hate crimes across the United States spiked 17 percent in 2017 – marking a rise for the third straight year – according to a new FBI report.

CIA Considered Potential Truth Serum For Terror Suspects

The CIA recently considered using a drug it thought might work like a truth serum and force terror suspects to give up information about potential attacks.

British Neo-Nazis Who Named Their Baby After Adolf Hitler Found Guilty Of Ties To Banned Right-Wing Extremist Group

Along with photographs of the couple holding Nazi memorabilia, the jury also saw photos of the accused holding their son while wearing Ku Klux Klan robes.

Why Teaching World War I Is Crucial In 2018

World War I lessons: The reordering of the world began not in 1945 but in 1918 – setting the stage for today's global order which is still changing.

US Ambassador Says North Korea Canceled Pompeo Talks

Pompeo was supposed to meet with Kim Yong Chol in New York on Thursday to discuss North Korea's commitment to eliminating its nuclear weapons.

White House Braces For Mueller's Next Steps

The White House is worried that the special counsel has been stealthily compiling information and could soon issue new indictments or a damning report.

California Bar Gunman Went From A Marine To Living With Mom

Ian David Long was a former military machine gunner who apparently killed himself after the Wednesday night attack in Thousand Oaks, California.

Did Google Bow To China In Refusing To Provide AI Technology For U.S. Defense?

Google’s refusal to develop AI capabilities for the U.S. military is a slap in the face to the heroes of the greatest generation.

Why Facial Recognition In Schools Seems To Be An Aimless Recipe For Disaster

Schools in the U.S. may soon have facial recognition technology capable of spotting people who don't belong inside the building.