Tech & Science
Why Doesn't Saudi Arabia Join North Korea on U.S. State Terrorism List After 9/11?
President Donald Trump once called Saudi Arabia "the world's biggest funder of terrorism," but seems closer than ever with the traditional U.S. ally.
Saudi Arabia Gathers Allies Against Iran 'Terror,' but Lebanon, Iraq and Syria Don't Show
Lebanon, Iraq and Syria worked with Iran and Hezbollah to defeat ISIS in their respective nations, where Tehran's influence angers Saudi Arabia.
U.S. Military in Japan Banned From Drinking Alcohol, Can't Leave Base After Deadly Crash Angers Locals
The fatal incident has fueled the local governor's campaign to reduce U.S. military presence in Okinawa, Japan.
What Did ISIS Do in 2017? Islamic State Reveals Its Favorite Terror Attacks And Calls for More
In the latest edition of ISIS digital magazine Al-Naba, the group looks back at the carnage it caused in Islamic calendar year 1438.
Russia Military Warplanes Bombing ISIS in Syria Will Get New, Deadly Weapons
As Tu-22M3 supersonic bombers blasted the last of ISIS in Syria, Russia announced the new Tu-22M3M fitted with missiles that can soar 130,000 feet and attack 620 miles away.
U.S. War With Russia and China More Likely as World Power Shifts From West to East, NATO Says
"As power is shifting away from the West toward Asia, the West's ability to influence the agenda on a global scale is expected to be reduced," the latest NATO report found.
Russia Military's New Nuclear Warplane Will Fly Soon And That's 'Good News' For Putin
"Everything is fine, just perfect. I congratulate the aircraft builders and I think we will deliver good news to the defense ministry," Putin said of the new TU-160M2.
U.S. Must End 'Trap of War' With North Korea and Talk to Kim Jong Un, Pentagon Nominee Says
Randy Schriver said he supported talking to the notoriously reclusive, militarized state in order to avoid a war breaking out.
Israel Says It Wants to Work With Saudi Arabia to Defeat Iran
The head of the armed forces said there was a "complete consensus" between Israel and Saudi Arabia in tackling their mutual foe, Iran.
North Korea Says It May Give Up Nuclear Weapons If U.S. Abandons Them First
North Korea said total "denuclearization is the aspiration and desire of humankind," but it needed nuclear weapons as long as it was threatened by the U.S.
Who is Saad Hariri? Lebanon's 'Kidnapped' U.S. Ally Tweets He's Okay, But Still in Saudi Arabia
Saad Hariri inherited the leadership of the mostly Sunni Muslim Future Movement and Lebanon's sectarian politics after his father's assassination in 2005.
China Military To Test High-Speed Vehicle That Could Bomb U.S. In Less Than 15 Minutes
China revealed it's building the world's fastest wind tunnel only a month after offering a glimpse of its new hypersonic DZ-ZF missile glider.
Build the Wall? Police Search Company Accused of Giving Money to ISIS Before Offering to Help Trump
Police raided the offices of French-Swiss construction giant LafargeHolcim, which allegedly paid off jihadis to keep its plant running through Syria's war.
Russia Admits To Using Video Game Footage To Prove U.S. Helping ISIS in Syria, Posts New 'Evidence'
Russia's Defense Ministry blamed the embarrassing error on a civil service employee, but provided new images it said were "irrefutable evidence" of U.S.-ISIS ties.
Syria and Russia Say ISIS Is Dead, Now U.S. Must Go
Days after Syria and its allies declared victory over ISIS, Defense Secretary James Mattis said the U.S. military wasn't going anywhere just yet.
Bernie Sanders Calls on Trump to Help Iran After Deadliest Earthquake of 2017
When Tehran was struck by deadly ISIS attacks in June, President Donald Trump took the opportunity to blame Iran's government.
Could a Coup Happen? Zimbabwe Military Threatens Mugabe Rule After President Fires Deputy
General Constantino Chiwenga warned of military intervention to back independence figures after President Robert Mugabe purged his prominent second-in-command.
North Korea Threatens Nuclear War with U.S., But 'Loves Peace More Than Anyone Else'
North Korea has backed communist insurgencies around the world, but never to the extent in which the U.S. was involved in global conflicts.
Saudi Arabia Ally Bahrain Says Iran Terrorism Behind Explosion at Oil Pipeline
Bahrain said the "terrorist act" by Iran was meant to destabilize the mostly Shiite Muslim kingdom ruled by a Sunni Muslim monarchy.
Weapon of Mass Destruction: U.S. Airport Worker Arrested With Pipe Bomb
Paul George Dandan reportedly got the explosive from his roommate, who allegedly planned to use it against a neighbor.
North Korea Says Americans Are More Scared of Donald Trump Than Kim Jong Un
After calling President Donald Trump a "mad dog," North Korea said we're all victims of the U.S. leader.
Is Saudi Arabia Going to War with Lebanon? Prime Minister Still Missing As Gulf Citizens Told To Leave Immediately
In a country that once underwent a 15-year civil war, fears are rising that there could be a new conflict between Lebanon's pro-Iran and pro-Saudi forces.
NATO Wants to Shoot Down Russia's Planes With New Air Defense in Baltics
Lithuania's defense minister said NATO states "need to address" permanent anti-aircraft power across the Baltic states and Poland to counter Russia.
October Revolution: How China, Cuba and Others Celebrate 100 Years Since Russia Became First Communist Country
From South America to East Asia, nations held high their red flags and hammers and sickles to commemorate the centennial of Russia's October Revolution.
War in Syria: Troops Take Final ISIS Town Where Leader Baghdadi is Rumored to be Hiding
Before declaring victory in the final ISIS-held town of Al-Bukamal, Syrian and Iraqi troops met on the border for the first time since 2012.