The rapid territorial losses in Iraq and Syria will likely drive the jihadists underground there, but ISIS 'provinces' and expatriates are scattered broadly, and the resilient organization remains a threat even without its caliphate.
The sale of lethal defensive weapons to Ukraine, a perennial policy option that former President Obama long rejected, is enjoying growing support in the Trump administration. But fears of Russian escalation persist.
As US policymakers call for developing space-based military assets, some observers say the absence of updated agreements between spacefaring nations could lead to further militarization of the realm.
The unusual spate of collisions, two of them fatal, has called into question the US Navy’s level of preparedness, analysts say, and point to potential problems with training, maintenance, or sailors’ workload.
Three people were killed and more than 35 injured Saturday during the largest white supremacist rally the country has seen in generations.
Feeling threatened by the US after the Korean War, the North turned to the USSR for nuclear training and a reactor. But its recent surge comes from within: its willingness to take risks and learn from mistakes.
Even as many countries grapple with issues ranging from rising populism to drought, some states stand out for their unwillingness or inability to offer proper governance – which could have a destabilizing effect beyond their borders.
A new study finds that Earth-bound telescopes can more quickly detect the arrival of potentially hazardous particles from the sun than ones in orbit, adding extra time to protect spacefarers.
A formal investigation is underway after a private Facebook group was shown to have been hosting nude photos of female Marines and veterans.
The wild population of Komodo dragons, while far smaller than it once was, appears to have stabilized – a stark contrast to the plight of many other large animals.
More than half of Somali residents are struggling with the effects of drought, as widespread food shortages threaten millions.
As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump hammered NAFTA as 'the worst trade deal maybe ever signed anywhere,' underscoring his campaign messages on immigration and trade.
As many as 19 Jewish community centers received bomb threats Monday morning, the latest wave of such incidents.
After special prosecutors were denied permission to extend their investigation and question the impeached president, opposition parties threatened to impeach the acting president, as well.
The fast-food franchise says that it plans to install self-ordering kiosks at about 1,000 locations by the end of the year.
More than half of all US states have now adopted so-called 'right to work' legislation, which supporters hope will bring new business to state economies.
Britain celebrated its monarch's Sapphire Jubilee on Monday, marking the 65th anniversary of the Queen's ascension to the throne. The Queen herself, however, didn't mark the day with a public event.
President Trump’s agreement to attend the May gathering of NATO leaders – after describing the organization as ‘obsolete’ – comes at a time when some blame uncertainty over his attitude toward Russia for a recent spike in Ukraine’s conflict.
In response to President Trump's executive order banning Iranians from entering the United States, Iran had temporarily banned US wrestlers from participating in the Freestyle World Cup competition this month.
In the United States, national debt is about to hit $20 trillion, a figure unthinkable for most developing nations. But the level of debt a country can safely handle depends on a multitude of factors.
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