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Iranian vessel points weapon at U.S. helicopter: officials
A small Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard vessel pointed its weapon at a U.S. military helicopter in the Strait of Hormuz on Saturday, two U.S. defense officials told Reuters on Monday, an action they described as "unsafe and unprofessional."
U.S., Foreign Officials Meet Over Threat of ISIS Using Latin America to Finance Operations
The international community is increasingly concerned that the Islamic State and other terror groups may be exploiting weakness in Latin America to fund their terrorist activities.
France calls for UN Security Council meeting on Aleppo
French foreign affairs minister Jean-Marc Ayrault called on Tuesday for an immediate United Nations Security Council meeting to discuss the situation in the Syrian city of Aleppo, which has been devastated by fighting.
Russia says Syrian army has made big breakthrough in Aleppo
Russia's defense ministry said on Tuesday that the Syrian army had made a breakthrough in Aleppo in the last 24 hours and dramatically altered the situation on the ground, Russian news agencies reported.
U.N. chief echoes Obama: Use jobs to fight terror
The Obama administration famously noted last year that any effort to stop the terror atrocities perpetrated by ISIS involves ... jobs.
Theresa May urged not to 'abuse position to promote Christianity' after revealing God is her driving force
Theresa May has been urged not to 'abuse her position to promote Christianity', after revealing how her faith in God is her driving force.
Netanyahu: Israel won't allow ISIS to open 'a front of terror' on the Golan
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Islamic State and other groups in Syria on Monday that Israel would have a zero tolerance policy for attacks across its border.
Fatah movement opens leadership conference
Hundreds of members of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah movement are gathering in the West Bank for a special leadership conference that is expected to cement the rule of the longtime leader.
Inside the United States
Suspect Identified in Ohio State Attack as Abdul Razak Ali Artan
An Ohio State University student posted a rant shortly before he plowed a car into a campus crowd and stabbed people with a butcher knife in an ambush that ended when a police officer shot him dead, a law enforcement official said.
Annoyed Dems dismiss recount as 'waste of time'
Democrats are unenthusiastic about the recount effort being mounted by Jill Stein of the Green Party, seeing it as a futile effort that serves only to distract opponents of President-elect Donald Trump's policy and personnel decisions.
George Soros Financed Hillary Clinton's Recount Lawyer Marc Elias
The lawyer representing Hillary Clinton's recount efforts recently led legal battles against state voting laws with an infusion of funding from billionaire George Soros.
Democrats don't see a need to change policy - just the way they sell it
A brawl is about to break out among Democrats on Capitol Hill, and when it's done, Democrats will say they're going to be OK. They're wrong.
Department of Homeland Security Overwhelmed by Green Card Catastrophe
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has issued thousands of duplicate green cards to immigrants, including many that include incorrect information and allow these individuals to stay longer than permitted in the United States, according to a new government oversight report that warns the Department of Homeland Security is incapable of tracking immigrants who may pose a security risk to the United States.
Trump picks Rep. Tom Price to be secretary of health
President-elect Donald Trump has chosen one of the biggest critics of the Affordable Care Act to run the Department of Health and Human Services, according to his transition team.
ISIS to Crucified Christians: 'If You Love Jesus, You Will Die Like Jesus'
A number of Iraqi Christians who weren't able to flee from their homes before the brutal Islamic State terrorist group conquered large swaths of northern Iraq were crucified 'like Jesus' in front of their families, Iraqi refugees in Jordan have revealed.
Christian Refugees Facing Attacks In European Refugee Camps
Christians fleeing war and persecution face violence and death threats because of their faith in several refugee camps across Europe, BosNewsLife established.