Boasting of having killed thousands of militants.
Britain’s Prince Andrew on Thursday publicly denied allegations he had sex with an underage teenager.
To end a violent standoff in the capital.
Attack was on a bus in central Tel Aviv today.
They are accused of providing logistical support to the gunman.
Radar data showed the Airbus 320 was climbing about 6,000 feet a minute before it disappeared on Dec. 28.
Popular British series aired on PBS in the US.
Pope Francis says ideas about both are often tied to aid to developing nations.
Police in at least four European countries arrested dozens of suspects in recent days in an anti-terrorism crackdown.
The crowd — a sea of humanity in colorful rain ponchos spread out across 148 acres.
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Argued that intelligence agencies must be able to intercept terror suspects’ communications on encrypted social media and messaging sites.
The Pentagon confirms the plan.
Punching the biggest hole to date in America’s half-century-old embargo.
A ruling that could cost the London-based oil giant more than $13 billion.
Especially when it insults or ridicules someone’s faith.
Foiling a major attack against police buildings.
By Wednesday afternoon, the astronauts had returned to the U.S. side.
Iran’s state news agency reported Wednesday, without elaborating on what charges he faced.
Plans to film the highly-anticipated sequels at one time and then release the three films over consecutive years.
For those offenses since terror attacks left 20 dead in Paris last week, including three gunmen.
A week ago, Charlie Hebdo was a niche publication little known outside France.
Earlier this month, President Obama signed an executive order to target officials and front companies of the North Korean government.
Said even Hitler “thought it more important than Obama to get to Paris.”
Cockpit voice recorder found one day after flight data recorder was recovered.