Former President Bill Clinton made a last-minute appeal to Scotland to keep the status quo and stand tall with the European Union.
A U.S. man of Arabic descent was captured while trying to swim across the Han River to North Korean lands — a desperate attempt to “meet with supreme leader Kim Jong-un,” he said during his post-arrest interrogation.
Former President Bill Clinton said he agrees that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is “not the guy” for a peace deal.
A Dutch bank is warning that if Scotland does secede from the European Union that the price of scotch whiskey could skyrocket.
Ukraine’s parliament ratified an agreement to deepen economic and political ties with the European Union on Tuesday, and passed legislation to grant autonomy to the rebellious east as part of a peace deal.
Islamic State terrorists sent out a threatening video to hit back at President Obama’s vow to destroy their operations: More fighting is “coming soon,” they warned.
President Obama announced Tuesday a major increase in the U.S. response to the deadly Ebola outbreak in West Africa, including the deployment of 3,000 American troops to build treatment centers.
Ahead of the House Select Committee on Benghazi’s highly-anticipated first public hearing Wednesday, Democrats offered some of their own answers to questions surrounding the terrorist attack while Republicans urged them not to prejudge the investigation before it starts.
The Pentagon’s top general opened the door Tuesday to the possibility that U.S. combat troops would be needed in Iraq, as he publicly laid out President Obama’s still-developing plans to combat Islamic State insurgents through U.S. air power and relying on an as-yet-unformed coalition of Muslim and Arab allies.
Fears about the threat posed by the Islamic State are mounting not only in the West but also in the capital of the world’s most populous Muslim nation.