Global Democracy Retreats as Authoritarianism Marches Forth
'Unsafe even to bury the dead' in besieged Syrian enclave
Thousands of families are sleeping in the open in the streets of the biggest town of Syria's rebel-held eastern Ghouta enclave, where there is no longer any room in packed cellars to shelter from government bombardment, local authorities said.
UK terror-related arrests rose almost 60% to record high in 2017
As terrorists turn to ‘lone-wolf' attacks, TSA adjusts its tactics
The face of terrorism has evolved from the coordinated, carefully plotted events of 9/11 to a helter-skelter approach where lone wolves use low-tech means to attack soft targets, according to one of the officials charged with keeping the traveling public safe.
Russia offers rebels safe passage out of eastern Ghouta
The Russian military has offered Syrian rebels safe passage out of eastern Ghouta, setting out a proposal to let the opposition surrender its last major stronghold near Damascus to President Bashar al-Assad,
Indonesia's Moderate Islam is Slowly Crumbling
Time for a Strategic Shift in U.S. Military Unmanned Systems
Putin, before vote, unveils 'invincible' nuclear weapons to counter West
President Vladimir Putin announced an array of new nuclear weapons on Thursday, in one of his most bellicose speeches in years, saying they could hit almost any point in the world and evade a U.S.-built missile shield.