The U.S. has sharply increased the amount of military training it provides to countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), according to new analysis.
A student with a large hunting knife stabbed at least four people on the University of Texas campus, killing one and seriously wounding the others before surrendering to police.
As the U.S. focuses on the dramatic events on the Korean Peninsula and in Syria, it’s important to also look at the world’s other turbulent regions.
With police now calling it a hate crime, a black man allegedly set out to kill as many white people as he could on Tuesday, gunning down three men on the streets of downtown Fresno.
Media reports suggest North Korea is planning another nuclear test soon. If Pyongyang carries out the test, how will Washington respond?
Watchdog groups plan to sue the Trump administration with the aim of compelling the White House to release information on who visits the mansion.
The public does not have a right to see graphic videos of a former Guantanamo Bay inmate being force-fed during a hunger strike because they are classified.