SEOUL, South Korea -- North Korea fired another ballistic missile from its eastern coast early Monday morning, South Korean and U.S. authorities have separately confirmed.
The Joint Chief of Staff, or JCS, of the South Korean army said that the projectile was "assumed to be a missile of the Scud series" and had a flight distance of 280 miles.
TEL AVIV, Israel -- Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took the unusual step Sunday of convening his Cabinet at a sensitive Jerusalem holy site, spurring howls of protest by Palestinians who claim the area where it is located for the capital of a future state.
The special session marking the 50th anniversary of Israel's capture of East Jerusalem...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Whatever respite President Donald Trump may have received from his nine-day overseas trip came to an abrupt end Sunday as administration allies sought to beat back allegations about his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, while the leader of Europe's most powerful nation suggested the U.S. was no longer a reliable ally.
"The era in which ...Read more
JOHANNESBURG –– South African President Jacob Zuma survived an attempt by some members of the African National Congress' leadership to order his removal from office, according to two members of the ruling party's national executive committee.
The committee decided on Sunday not to vote on a no-confidence motion, according to the committee ...Read more
WASHINGTON –– The fight against Islamic State has shifted to stopping potential terrorists to their home countries to wreak havoc, Defense Secretary James Mattis said Sunday.
Mattis provided details of the tactical shift he announced at the Pentagon May 19.
"We have already shifted from attrition tactics where we shove them from one ...Read more
For decades, secrets of alleged sexual abuse have been collecting dust in the Boy Scouts of America's headquarters in Irving, Texas, and in state and regional offices across the nation. And the Scouts are fighting hard to keep them locked away.
Former Scouts in Georgia and other states, many of them now middle-age, saythe national organization'...Read more
WASHINGTON –– Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said Sunday that he is still considering whether to ban laptop computers from the cabins of all international flights into and out of the U.S.
"That's really the thing that they're obsessed with, the terrorists: the idea of knocking down an airplane in flight, particularly if it's a U.S. ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- There is nothing inherently wrong with an incoming presidential administration establishing "back channel" communications with a foreign power such as Russia, Secretary of Homeland Security John F. Kelly said Sunday.
Kelly, on "Fox News Sunday," was asked about reports that President Donald Trump's son-in-law and adviser, Jared ...Read more
Secret of the Warlock's CryptTom Hayes
Cryptic drawings, maps, strange symbols. This is what Mike Hilliard discovers as he investigates the long-dead millionaire Titus Morley. The strange symbols & drawings hover in Mike’s dreams as he rambles through the summer with Billy, a photography intern at the historical society ...
Chicago was along among the nation's 20 largest cities in losing population last year -- and it lost nearly double the number of residents as the year before, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
It's the city's third consecutive year of population loss for Chicago. The city's population fell by 8,638 residents from 2015 through 2016, to 2,704,...Read more
White House adviser Jared Kushner should appear before the House Intelligence Committee, and his security clearance needs to be reviewed in light of reports that he sought secret communications with Russia, the panel's top Democrat said Sunday.
Rep. Adam Schiff of California said he "fully" expects that the committee will want Kushner, ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- While President Donald Trump's recent visit to Saudi Arabia preached partnership with Muslim leaders to end terrorism, critics say his alignment with one side of the Middle East's sectarian divide could do more harm than good.
Trump's criticizing of Iran, a predominantly Shiite Muslim nation, and his move to align with majority ...Read more
ATLANTA -- Southern Company's chief executive has said more than once that the giant utility's project to build two more nuclear reactors at Plant Vogtle would be history-making.
He may be right, but not in the way he meant.
Years behind schedule, billions over budget, and with a key contractor's bankruptcy clouding its future, the troubled ...Read more
MARAWI CITY, Philippines -- More than 2,200 people are trapped in the conflict zone in a besieged southern Philippine city, fearing for their lives from threats of Islamist militants and military airstrikes, a local official confirmed Sunday.
Residents have been sending appeals for help via text message, but rescue teams have not been able to ...Read more
- Homeland Security chief defends 'back channel' to foreign nations
- Boy Scouts insist on keeping sex-abuse cases secret
- Chicago was the only major U.S. city to lose population from 2015 to 2016
- Mattis says US is trying to keep Islamic State fighters from going home
- Thousands of people trapped in conflict zone in Philippine city