The attack raises the specter of a full-scale offensive that could mean catastrophe for nearly 400,000 civilians trapped under siege.
The vice president was set to hold a history-making meeting at the Winter Olympics, says the State Department, which adds, “We regret [North Korea's] failure to seize this opportunity.”
Uncle Sam’s weakening is just fine with most Earth residents who pay attention to global events.
The newly released National Defense Strategy offers a glimpse at how the Pentagon’s vision of future global policy manages to provide something for each of its services and their corporate backers.
Black Alliance for Peace publishes a newsletter reporting “troubling news of an impending military assault on the sovereign nation of Venezuela by states and forces allied with the United States.”
The trip is doing nothing to ease ethical concerns over the use of the family name for business promotion while the senior Trump occupies the Oval Office.
Predicting even more growth ahead under a friendly U.S. administration, Yaakov Katz said, “We have to thank God he sent Trump to be president of the United States.”
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said the U.S. "can no longer play a leading role" in peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians.
At the intersection of law and politics, the indictment of 13 Russians and three Russian businesses is about as big as it gets.
Marat Mindiyarov, a former commenter at the St. Petersburg Internet Research Agency, says it hired people with excellent English to sway U.S. public opinion through an elaborate social media campaign.