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Just hours after the US announced it would begin air strikes on militants in the north of Iraq, a propaganda video from the Islamic State emerged online with the warning: "We will drown you in blood."
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The ISIS on Tuesday posted a video showing the beheading of an American journalist missing since 2012, and threatened to kill another one if the US didn't end military strikes in Iraq.
Accused terrorists being held in a Guantanamo Bay detention camp in Cuba have cost the federal government roughly $300,000 for liquid nutritional supplements due to hunger strikes.
The Ice Bucket Challenge has gone viral lately on Facebook and Instagram, raising awareness for Lou Gehrig's disease as people either dump a bucket of ice water on their head or donate $100 to the ALS Association.
The old saying goes that a grand jury could indict a ham sandwich. In reality, it's worse.
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An attorney assisting the Central American undocumented immigrants being held in Artesia is comparing the facility to the Guantanamo Bay prison which houses terrorists.
An Army investigation into whether Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl deserted his unit, leading to his five-year capture by the Taliban and a rescue by U.S. forces last May, has been extended for at least three more weeks, The Hill reported .
After more than a decade of denial and concealment on the part of our government, President Barack Obama's recent acknowledgment that "we tortured some folks" felt like a milestone.
Since the rise of ISIS, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, began making headlines, I've been extremely critical of the administration for allowing this threat to develop unchallenged in the wake of Resident Obama's irresponsible withdrawal from Iraq.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said he plans to leave the Ecuador embassy in London "soon" after living there for two years to avoid extradition to Sweden.
Birds sit on the concertina wire overlooking detainees at the Joint Task Force Guantanamo as they observe morning prayer before sunrise inside Camp Delta in this Oct. 2009 photo.
Cuba and Louisiana: similarities only go so far In the dead of this past winter, Michael Doucet found himself in Cuba seeking out music.
In the aftermath of clashes between heavily armed police forces and protesters in Ferguson, MO, the Senate will review the nearly twenty-five year old law that promotes the transfer of surplus military goods to police forces, the head of the Senate Armed Services Committee said on Friday.
What life was like, and the faces of the men, women and children who called the U.S. naval base home, will be on display Thursday as part of a national effort to remember , visitors will be able to view a multi-media history of "GTMO," dating as far back as 1898 and through its most recent history as a holding place for Haitian and Cuban refugees ... (more)
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