A 16-year-old refugee rapist in jail tried to attack a female prison warden in Austria, only to be knocked out by her martial arts expertise.
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Secretary of State John Kerry just gave Syria a hard deadline for starting the political transition to get rid of Syrian President Bashar Assad: Aug. 1.
A new analysis conducted by a Republican analytics company found that anti-Donald Trump TV ads don’t seem to work on men.
The European Commission has proposed fining countries that refuse to accept refugees at a rate of approximately $300,000 per rejection, in an effort to ensure that all European Union member states share the burden of mass migration.
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump said Monday at a rally in Carmel, Indiana that if he becomes president, he would ban his generals from going on TV and declaring the country's weaknesses in public.
Air Force Gen. Philip Breedlove, NATO’s top commander, gave some advice in a Sunday interview before he steps down later in May: It’s time to focus intelligence assets on Russia.
Mass migration to Germany is viewed negatively by a substantial number of typical Germans, but one media outlet has apparently found a surprising benefit to the flood of refugees: a resurgence of interest in cricket.
Lieutenant Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Brig. Gen. Hossein Salami said Monday the U.S.-led coalition against Islamic State is completely fake.
Police arrested five migrants Sunday evening for sexually assaulting a teenage boy in an asylum center located in Sweden.
Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates criticized GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump for thinking "he has all the answers" Sunday
Military judge Army Col. James Pohl has extended the ban on female guards touching five Muslim detainees at Guantanamo Bay in order to punish Obama administration officials for trying to interfere with the case.
GOP Sen. Chuck Grassley is not about to let go of the fact that Secretary of Defense Ash Carter used his personal email account to conduct official government business, as he is convinced a review of the email trove reveals sensitive information.
The Army has finally issued a decision allowing Green Beret Sgt. Charles Martland to remain in the military once and for all, following a long witch hunt to drum him out of the service for assaulting an Afghan army soldier caught red-handed sexually assaulting a young boy in Afghanistan.
Lawmakers lambasted the Obama administration Wednesday for its lackluster response to China’s military buildup in the South China Sea.
The House Committee on Armed Services struck down an amendment Wednesday that would have given illegals an easy route to join military services.
A provision to force women to sign up for the draft just narrowly cleared the House Committee on Armed Services, passing an important hurdle in the legislative process Wednesday.
A new government watchdog report has confirmed that Veterans Affairs management in Wichita, Kansas told employees to manipulate appealed claims, with the initial whistleblower alleging this was done to "improve timeliness measures."
The Department of Veterans Affairs announced Tuesday the appointment of two senior leaders as hospital directors, but one of the officials presided over a serious scandal in Cincinnati, and another has been implicated in whitewashing a veteran's suicide in Phoenix.
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter released new policies to raise the price of tobacco on military installations and enlarge smoke-free areas.