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Denver Officials Won't Hand Over Information Sought By ICE

Denver officials on Thursday said they would not hand over information requested by U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement on four men wanted for deportation.

Iran's Top Leader Strikes Defiant Tone Amid Month Of Turmoil

Iran's supreme leader dismisses “American clowns” who he said pretend to support the Iranian nation but want to stick their "poisoned dagger” into its back.

Russias Foreign Minister Slams 'Aggressive' US Policies

Russia's foreign policy chief on Friday blamed what he described as “aggressive” U.S. policies for growing global tensions, noting Washington's reluctance to extend a key nuclear arms pact.

A Brief 100-Year History Of Iran-West Relationships

Most Americans think the present hostilities with Iran stem from the 1979 overthrow of the Shah of Iran and the United States hostage crisis that followed…if they even remember that.

U.S. And Iraq Reportedly Restart ISIS Counterterrorism Efforts

The U.S. and Iraq have reportedly resumed their counterterrorism partnership against ISIS, after operations were suspended following Qassem Soleimani’s killing.

Facial-Recognition Scanners Are Coming To Philadelphia's Airport Starting Tuesday

Starting Tuesday, travelers boarding certain international flights at Philadelphia International Airport will have their face scanned along with their boarding pass.

US Defense Department Awards C3.ai $95M Contract Vehicle to Improve Aircraft Readiness Using AI

Predicting an aircraft subsystem’s risk of failure is essential to the U.S. military’s fleet readiness.

Ex-Trump Aide Michael Flynn Seeks To Withdraw Guilty Plea

Former Trump administration national security adviser Michael Flynn filed court papers Tuesday to withdraw his guilty plea.

NSA Finds Major Security Flaw In Windows 10, Free Fix Issued

NSA discovered a major security flaw in Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system that could let hackers intercept seemingly secure communications.

US Sending Mexican Migrants 1,000 Miles From Border

The Trump administration deport about 250 Mexicans a week on flights from Tucson, Arizona, to Guadalajara, over 1,000 miles from the border.