ISIS at America's southern border?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (NYTIMES) — WASHINGTON — Militants for the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria have traveled to Mexico and are just miles from the United States. They plan to more…

Ex-NATO exec: Better to work with Russia

by -NO AUTHOR- -- [jwplayer 782Q0Z2W] A former NATO executive contends the U.S. should try to work with Russia instead of creating a headwind for the remnant of the fallen Soviet Union. more…

ISIS cash flow relies on Turkey

by F. Michael Maloof -- WASHINGTON -- The cash flow for ISIS appears to depend on Turkey, but international requests for a cutoff probably are going nowhere while the jihadist group keeps control more…

'Blood Moons' revelations rock TV audience

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The pastor whose book "Blood Moons" explains the biblical links between cosmic phenomena such as eclipses and events on Earth, told a live, TV studio audience the current more…

Obama covered Muslim Brotherhood tracks to Benghazi

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Almost immediately following the Benghazi attack, the Obama administration possessed information indicating some Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood participation in the assault, yet the Obama administration kept this critical piece more…

U.N. to dump flood of Muslim refugees on U.S.

by Leo Hohmann -- [caption id="attachment_515273" align="aligncenter" width="596"] Syrian refugees at a protest rally[/caption] Displaced Syrians will likely make up the next big wave of Muslim refugees coming to America. Since the more…

ISIS 'not afraid to put bomb in Manhattan'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (BUSINESSINSIDER) — Rep. Peter King (R-New York) issued a dire warning about the threat posed by the jihadist group Islamic State (also known as ISIS and ISIL) in more…

Baldness 'an early sign of prostate cancer'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (BLOOMBERG) — Balding middle-aged men have a greater chance of getting aggressive prostate cancer later in life than those with a full head of hair, say researchers who more…

Worries rise as tech takes over on campus

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (NYTIMES) — At a New York state elementary school, teachers can use a behavior-monitoring app to compile information on which children have positive attitudes and which act out. more…