It was only two months ago that Russian President Vladimir Putin paid a surprise visit to Syria. His goal was to declare victory over the various forces that have sought to unseat the regime of Bashir al-Assad.
State elections officials said Saturday that they want more information from federal officials to ensure they are protected from cybersecurity threats.
With all of their interference with U.S. political affairs, we should not be surprised that the Russians were involved in meddling in the 2016 elections.
After the Olympics, is it possible for South Korea to unilaterally cancel its major military exercises with the U.S. in the interest of world peace?
The indictments are the first step in preventing Russian interference in future elections. But a lot of unanswered questions persist.
There is a definite need for a more proactive approach to protecting our schools in order to prevent further tragic loss of life from mass shootings.
A former school teacher and his twin brother were charged with trying to make explosives, in part by paying students to extract gunpowder from fireworks.
Israel has long stated that it cannot allow Iran to become permanently embedded within Syria. But with other players in the region viewing the Iranian presence around the Middle East in the same light, pressure will be brought to bear against Tehran's plans.
Several members of the House Committee on Homeland Security urged for greater focus on cyber warfare skills in assessing urgent national security needs.