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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
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The Department of Homeland Security said agents have arrested nearly 200 and seized roughly $625,000 in cash from a month-long investigation of human smuggling into Texas — an operation that feds say only proves that they mean business with border security.
Gen. Joe Dunford, the commander of U.S. and NATO troops in Afghanistan, questioned President Obama's decision to telegraph an end-date for U.S. service members in Afghanistan while speaking before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Thursday.
Shiite and Sunni Muslim terrorist groups Hezbollah and al Qaeda have been fighting a five-day battle on Syria's border with Lebanon.
Missouri Democrat Gov. Jay Nixon turned aside a legislative attempt to arm select teachers in schools, vetoing a bill that would have put guns in schools and saying he couldn't support such a notion.
At least seven people were killed and more than 30 wounded in Libya on Sunday as rival militias battled for control of the airport in Tripoli, according to wire service reports.
As diplomatic talks in China come to a close, one of the country's biggest newspapers is warning citizens against a "new Cold War" with the United States.
A cargo train carrying about 1,300 migrants heading toward the U.S. border derailed Wednesday in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca.
Iraq authorities have alerted the United Nations in a letter that terrorists have seized almost 88 pounds of nuclear materials stored at Mosul University.
A letter sent to the United Nations by Iraqi Ambassador Mohamed Ali Alhakim pertaining to the takeover of a chemical weapons facility has been made public.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi said he wished the three Al Jazeera journalists convicted last month on terrorism charges had been deported instead of put on trial.
Dutch citizen Joran Van der Sloot, the main suspect in the 2005 disappearance of Natalee Holloway, will marry his pregnant Peruvian girlfriend Friday in prison where he is serving a 28-year sentence for the murder of a female student.
Iraq's Shiite-led government now has another thing to worry about: a 'Zero Hour' attack from inside the capital, which would be perpetrated by sleeper cells.
Gun manufacturers are leaving the Northeast in droves, seeking out new production homes in the comparatively low-tax, Second Amendment-friendly South — and at a time when firearms sales have skyrocketed, industry data showed.
Iraq's parliament convened on Tuesday to establish a new unity government with enough power and authority to fight off the "caliphate" that Sunni terrorists have declared for Muslims around the world.
At least 22 suspected gang members were killed in a bloody shootout with security forces southwest of Mexico City early Monday, the government said.