Poor oversight of government contractors in Afghanistan paved the way for insurgents to plant roadside bombs under highways and embankments that ultimately killed and wounded U.S. troops, according to a congressional watchdog tasked with rooting out
On November 16, Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter (D) suggested there is "no level of distinction" between U.S. gun crime and the terror attacks that occurred in Paris on Friday.
The long-running debate over privacy vs. government surveillance – which is the high-tech iteration of the ancient struggle between liberty and security – gained new urgency after the Paris terror attack. Intelligence officials across the Wester
Thursday on WAKR’s “The Ray Horner Morning Show,” Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) said the right’s “demagoguery” on whether to take in Syrian refugees is not valid because since the Sept. 11, 2001, most domestic terror
Wherever electricity can be found, so too the means to play video games. Worldwide youth culture has a sizable slice of it's collective time absorbed by the competitive pixel shuffling offered up on a rapidly growing spectrum of hardware. From simula
After two days of condemning Republicans, President Obama is declaring victory now that it's clear that Congressional Republicans won't successfully block thousands of refugees from Syria resettling into the United States.
Following last Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris, a pro-Israel awards gala set to honor actor Jon Voight in New York City this weekend is beefing up security after nearly being canceled.
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