Venezuelan police detained the vice president of the National Assembly, Edgar Zambrano, late Wednesday in a dramatic operation in eastern Caracas.
The Trump administration issued new sanctions against Iran. This comes one year after Trump withdrew the United States from the 2015 nuclear agreement.
U.S. immigration cops just spent a record amount on iPhone hacking equipment, amid an outcry about warrantless border searches of travelers’ mobiles.
Alex Jordanov's book about Islamist terror, “Les Guerres De L’Ombre de la DGSI,” holds valuable lessons for American readers and is a must-read.
North Korea fired two suspected short-range missiles on Thursday. The launch was a possible warning that missile talks with Washington could be in danger.
Interim Venezuelan president Juan Guaidó called on Venezuelans and the military to join him – a move the sitting government has called an attempted coup.
On Thursday, Facebook responded to U.K. regulation and announced a permanent ban on all of the U.K.’s most prominent far-right groups.
The risk of renewed conflict puts a new spotlight on the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) and whether it is able to protect civilians.
India claims a MiG-21 pilot shot down a Pakistan F-16 fighter aircraft before his own aircraft was downed – but Pakistan's leadership denied this.
Although Notre Dame suffered significant damage in yesterday’s fire, the famous stone façade and twin towers remain intact, according to local officials.