Marine General Joseph Dunford told senators on Thursday that military commanders did not recommend that President Obama announce plans to completely withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan in 2017, The Associated Press reports.
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Three members of a Mexican drug cartel kidnapped a man from South Carolina and held him for ransom for more than a week, authorities said Wednesday.
China has told the United States to stay out of its business amid the ongoing territorial dispute in the South China Sea.
A bill that passed the House in May would add the names of 74 sailors' to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Won Jeong-hwa is a 40-year-old single mother living in a small town outside of Seoul, South Korea. She is unemployed and survives on a monthly government stipend of $800 a month. Won is also a former North Korean spy who used sex as her main weapon.
A 9/11 conspiracy group has acquired enough signatures to mount a ballot referendum questioning if 7 World Trade Center collapsed due to the terrorist attacks or due to other factors.
Rep. Sam Graves, a Republican from Missouri, filed a bill on Wednesday to stop all environmental regulations mandated by the Environmental Protection Agency until all of its current policies can be thoroughly reviewed, The Hill reports.
The term "Bad Ass" can have several different definitions. Here are a few people, animals and actual asses that we think fit this word:
Sens. Rand Paul and Cory Booker are teaming up to push criminal justice reform through the Senate.
There's a new job in Denver, Colorado in lieu of the state's decision to legalize marijuana for recreational use: the marijuana critic.
Former governor and presidential candidate Gary Johnson is doing something that no successful politician has done before: he is venturing into the world of drugs.
Qassem Suleimani is the deadliest man in the Middle East that you've never heard of.
Hillary Clinton's memoir, "Hard Choices," has effectively been banned in China less than a month after its release, according to publisher Simon and Schuster.
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen's security detail has ruined the calm and sanctity of her new neighborhood, according to unhappy and rather displeased neighbors.
North Korea has detained and is looking to indict two American tourists who entered the country in April for committing hostile acts against the country, according to the Associated Press.
Are you a teacher looking for a new and exciting job opportunity? Well, Guantanamo Bay is hiring.
A military judge has demanded that the CIA release its torture accounts after rejecting the U.S. government's attempts to keep them secret.
Two teenagers were left in a courthouse holding cell in Douglas County, Georgia, over the weekend without food, lights or toilet paper, WSB-TV Atlanta 2 reports.