A U.S. bomber group is broadcasting its first apparent message to Iran after the Air Force sent it to the Middle East “to defend American forces and interests in the region.”
An American is among of group of four hostages who have been freed in Western Africa following a French special forces military operation, the European country’s government announced Friday.
The Iranian threat to American troops that prompted the deployment of an aircraft carrier and bomber task force to the Middle East “is real,” a U.S. official told Fox News on Monday.
The trial of the 24 men accused of killing a Scandinavian hiker and beheading her friend late last year in Morocco is now underway.
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó is hoping public employees stage strikes on Thursday to put pressure on embattled President Nicolas Maduro – a day after clashes between his forces and anti-government protesters left one woman dead and dozens injured.
Pope Francis wants hair cutters, stylists and beauticians to freshen up their attitudes by not gossiping at work.
Hundreds of Cuban migrants are reported to be on the run Friday in Mexico after a crowd of more than 1,000 burst out of a troubled immigration detention center on its southern border.
Sisters of the alleged Sri Lanka suicide bombers revealed Thursday that their siblings – who have been described by officials as “well-educated people” -- became increasingly distant and “totally crazy” in the years leading up to the coordinated Easter Sunday massacre.
The climate activist group that has disrupted travel recently in the London area announced Wednesday that it is packing up and heading home.
Sri Lanka's president is calling for the resignations of the country’s defense secretary and national police chief Wednesday after officials admitted to suffering a “major lapse” in communications in the lead-up to the Easter Sunday bombings, which have left more than 350 people dead.
ISIS has claimed responsibility Tuesday for the Sri Lanka Easter bombings as the death toll in the attacks has now risen to 321.
More than a day after the Easter Sunday suicide bombings in Sri Lanka that claimed the lives of nearly 300 people, little has been revealed or said about the militant group government officials are blaming for the violence.
A climate activist group’s reported vow to “shut down” Europe’s busiest airport Friday turned into a flop when only a few handfuls of people showed up – and were quickly surrounded by police officers.
A pair of British police officers are being blasted by their bosses for “unacceptable behavior” Thursday after being caught on video dancing amongst a crowd of climate activists who have been snarling traffic and public transit in London this week.
Parts belonging to the Japanese F-35 stealth fighter jet that crashed into the Pacific Ocean during a training flight have been recovered, the country’s defense ministry announced Wednesday, as a U.S. guided-missile destroyer joined in on the search for the rest of the aircraft and its pilot.
The American tourist and her driver who are being held hostage inside a wildlife park in Uganda defied regulations by setting off into the vast expanse without an armed guard, officials revealed Thursday.
A group of cane-wielding â€œelderly ladiesâ€� are being credited with beating back a mystery attacker who lunged at a Canadian priest following a mass,Â police and officials say.
â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹An Indian diamond tycoon well known amongst Bollywood stars has been arrested in London over his alleged involvement in a $2 billion banking fraud scandal.
The former one-eyed Afghanistan Taliban leader who had a $10 million bounty on his head in the wake of the 9/11 attacks was secretly living near American military bases in the war-torn country for years, a new book claims.
The U.S. government is gearing up for a record number of migrants traveling as families to either cross its southern borderÂ illegally or claim asylum at a port of entry this year, a senior Homeland Security official told Fox News on Monday.