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The Many Casualties of Trump's Jerusalem Move

Nearly a week after President Trump's unilateral decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, there are plenty of reasons to be confused by the move.

Where's the Immigration Crisis? U.S. Border Patrol Reports Illegal Border Crossings At Record Low

Report: In FY17, CBP recorded the lowest level of illegal cross-border migration on record, as measured by apprehensions along the border and inadmissible encounters at U.S. ports of entry.

Homeland Security To Create New Office Focused On Countering Weapons Of Mass Destruction

Department of Homeland Security officials said Thursday they will establish an office to better protect the United States from potential large-scale terrorist attacks.

Hezbollah Denounces US Move On Jerusalem

Hezbollah says the U.S. declaration of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel is a "treacherous and malicious aggression" against the rights of Palestinians.

Top Diplomat Says Ukraine Sticking Point In US-Russia Ties

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that Ukraine was the sole sticking point keeping the United States and Russia from forging a closer relationship.

Case Against 9/11 Defendant Starts To Emerge At Guantanamo

An FBI agent began presenting evidence Tuesday against a Guantanamo Bay prisoner charged with aiding the Sept. 11 terror attack.

Trump's Attacks Put New FBI Director In Tough Spot

Christopher Wray must defend the FBI against blistering attacks from President Donald Trump without putting his own job at risk.

Shutdown Looms, North Korean War Closer, UK PM Mocked

National Security Advisor H.R McMaster told the Reagan Defense Forum Saturday that the risk with war against North Korea is “increasing every day.”

Trump Forges Ahead On Jerusalem-As-Capital Despite Warnings

President Trump will recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital on Wednesday despite intense Arab, Muslim and European opposition to the move.

Was The Clinton Investigation Compromised For Partisan Reasons?

Clinton Investigation: Have the FBI and DOJ become politicized? More information seems to come out every day that raises that question.