Christians Under Attack: Former senator and presidential candidate on ISIS' targeting Christians and religious minorities and the growing onslaught on Christians around the globe
A camera crew for the liberal cable network MSNBC endangered lives by shining its lights, spotlighting police officers in the crowd of Monday nights violent racial protests in Ferguson, Missouri.
The Malaysian defense minister said on Tuesday, the remains of at least 15 Malaysians killed when a jetliner was shot down over Ukraine will be returned to their home country this week, the first Malaysian victims of the disaster to be flown home.
As the frustration with the situation grows, for one local politician the crisis is hitting very close to home. Meanwhile, the streets in Ferguson look more like a war zone than a suburb.
A Jewish store owner near UCLA found an anti-semitic flyer featuring swastikas and a warning message under his doorstep.
The extremist group is not backing down as they renew threats against the US, and they could be the "most well funded, well armed terrorist group we have ever seen."
If you want Hillary Clinton to accept your speaking invitation, you will need to pony up: $300,000, 20 seats for her handpicked guests, a private jet, and a presidential suite, among other demands.
President Barack Obama called for calm in Ferguson, but he also spiked media coverage by announcing that Attorney General Eric Holder would visit the town on Wednesday a part of a new civil rights investigation.
The Alaska GOP primary this week effectively marks the end of the competitive primary season, and the focus then turns to the general election, where many analysts see Republicans currently having a slightly greater than 50% chance of taking control of the Senate. WSJ's Jerry Seib takes a look at key races. Photo: Associated Press
Former House Majority Leader and Virginia Rep.Eric Cantor (R) officially stepped down from Congress Monday. Cantor lost in the June 10 Republican primary to Tea Party member Dave Brat.
A grand jury on Friday indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) on two counts of abuse of power. Both Republicans and Democrats have questioned the authenticity of the allegations. Liberals such as David Alexrod, a former Senior Advisor to President Barack Obama, tweeted that the"Perry indictment seems pretty sketchy."
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