Four bodies are found after an hours-long standoff. California Gov. Jerry Brown orders flags at the state capitol to be flown at half-staff.
The U.S. military continues go big, go long, and go forever. To where, you ask? Nowhere fast.
Pressure is mounting as the Trump administration continues to refuse to reveal its legal justification for attacking Syria in April 2017.
America’s Afghan "partners" are morally flawed and lack the legitimacy necessary for "victory."
The naturalized American, called a terrorist in court, was wounded and captured in a 2016 shootout that ended a two-day manhunt. Earlier, he had detonated explosives in New Jersey and Manhattan.
The Pentagon has announced an escalation of nuclear weapons development, raising concerns about the potential for more war.
Russia's U.N. Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia reacts by saying a humanitarian cease-fire is "not realistic" because "the terrorists" are keeping up attacks.