New theory emerges in Sony hacking

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (New York Daily News) What if it wasn't North Korea after all? In the controversy over the Sony hacking, government officials have accused the sequestered communist country of more…

Obama sides with Islamic group over FBI

by Garth Kant -- [ooyala code="dxbWpocjrb_H2mP01sB3IB_t6LvqorQ3" player_id="29c9fd42b6564348812f1c7d4ff9252d"] WASHINGTON – Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., had a succinct analysis of the Obama administration's latest diplomatic move and how it appeared to conflict with FBI's more…

Alarms sound over possible move to recognize Iran

by F. Michael Maloof -- WASHINGTON – As the Obama administration opens up diplomatic relations with Cuba after a half-century, concern is looming over whether the United States similarly will extend diplomatic recognition more…

Egypt catches Islamic State infiltrating Sinai

by Aaron Klein -- TEL AVIV – Egypt in recent weeks arrested dozens of foreign jihadists in the Sinai Peninsula, stoking fears Islamic State militants are seeking to open a new front more…

The brothers who ambushed ISIS

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Daily Beast) It was a sunny day in late November when Ahmed Ismael, 22, went with a group of seven other fighters to ambush militants from the self-proclaimed more…

The pastor who brought down communist tyrant

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Daily Signal) You've probably heard of Vaclav Havel of Czechoslovakia and Lech Walesa of Poland, both Nobel Laureates and heroes of the Cold War who precipitated the collapse more…

Father, son risk lives at sea to flee Cuba

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Associated Press) It was hot and dark and mosquitoes bit at his skin as 23-year-old Jose Fuente Lastre boarded a raft with eight other men, intent on fleeing more…