By John Solomon
How the government's punishing of the exposure of official wrongdoing can linger for years
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
A rash of tornadoes sweeping through Oklahoma and the Midwest has left one dead, several in hospitals with injuries and hundreds of homes and buildings in shreds.
The International Committee of the Red Cross said three of its workers were kidnapped Monday in Yemen.
President Obama is presiding over an administration that has engaged in the systematic abuse of power. This is the real meaning of the Benghazi tragedy.
CIA Director John O. Brennan has selected a new head for the agency's spy service, passing over the acting director, a woman considered by many as tainted through her leadership of the agency's abandoned program for detaining and interrogating suspect terrorists.
Benghazi may turn out to be President Obama's Watergate. The scandal is a growing cancer on the administration, threatening its very existence. The more information comes out, the more damning it is.
At least 17 people are dead following clashes between rebels and residents of the capital of Central African Republic on Sunday, Red Cross officials reported.
It seems Barack and Michelle Obama, and Joe and Jill Biden are among America's common folk when it comes to donating goods to such great organizations as Goodwill and Fisher House.
President Obama's spokesman said the White House is closely watching a hunger strike by terrorist detainees at the facility at Guantanamo Bay and remains committed to closing the prison.
North Korea announced Wednesday its intent to cut a main military hotline that gives South Koreans the ability to travel across the border to work at an industrial complex that's jointly owned and operated.
The commander at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp has halted commercial flights to the site, so Red Cross workers, journalists and lawyers now have to pay for charter flights — at pop of $17,000 per ride.
The Korean Peninsula is fraught with tension as its new leaders engage in a battle of words and will — with the North on Monday voiding the cease-fire that halted the Korean War in 1953 and the South placing its troops on high alert.
President Obama's nominee to head the CIA, White House counterterrorism adviser John O. Brennan, said Thursday he is concerned by allegations of mismanagement and misrepresentation of a George W. Bush-era program to capture, imprison and interrogate terrorism suspects.
Two car bombs exploded in southern Syria and a rocket slammed into a building in the north, killing at least 12 people in a spike in civil war violence Friday that Syrian state media blamed on rebel fighters trying to topple President Bashar Assad.
Country singer Gary Allan was supposed to play Atlantic City, N.J., the day after Hurricane Sandy hit. He never made it, but his thoughts remain with victims of the storm, so he's come up with a way to help.
The U.S. mission in Libya where a U.S. ambassador and three other Americans were killed in a terrorist attack lacked special security barriers that the State Department's inspector general recommended three years ago for diplomatic facilities in danger zones, the top Republican on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee said Thursday.