News Feed

  1. Trump US Greece

    The White House says U.S. President Donald Trump has spoken to the families of all four soldiers killed in Niger, hours after he cast doubt on whether his predecessors had appropriately consoled the families of military personnel who died in war.

  2. Britain MI5 Director

    Britain's domestic intelligence chief warned during a rare public speech Tuesday that the terrorist threat the country faces has accelerated at an alarming pace and is worse now than at any time in his 34-year career.


    The United States is not ruling out the eventual possibility of direct talks with North Korea, Deputy Secretary of State John J. Sullivan says, as Pyongyang warns nuclear war might break out at any moment.

  4. AFP_TG72J

    U.S.-backed Syrian forces celebrated in the devastated streets of Raqqa on Tuesday after gaining control of the northern city that once was the heart of ISIS's self-styled caliphate, dealing a major defeat to the extremist group that has seen its territory shrink ever smaller since summer.

  5. Justice Opiate

    Five Canadians — along with three U.S. residents and two Chinese nationals — are indicted by the U.S. Justice Department on charges of making and selling highly addictive fentanyl to Americans over the internet.