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Reuters Tyler James Yeager, a 39-year-old former scout sniper in the US Marines, has been arrested in relation to multiple home break-ins near... [Read More]
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Mexican kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman has made a litany of complaints about the conditions he faces in jail as he prepares for trial in... [Read More]
A judge in Brazil's biggest city ruled this week that a driver using the Uber ride-hailing app is an employee of the San-Francisco-based company, threatening... [Read More]
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Maxim Shipenkov/AP From the northern tip of the Baltics to the southern edge of the Balkans, Russia is stepping up spying on its... [Read More]
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AP Photo/Alex Brandon Chinese President Xi Jinping appears to be on board with the US when it comes to North Korea's nuclear program.... [Read More]
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Cologne Police Department German police say they intercepted 847 pounds of what they believe is cocaine in a shipment of bananas over the... [Read More]
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US Air Force/Master Sgt. Jeffrey Allen The US Air Force has been shedding pilots over the last few years, so much so that it has... [Read More]
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Thomson Reuters US forces in southern Syria came under attack by ISIS militants around midnight local time on Saturday, joining with local partner... [Read More]
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The chief of US Southern Command spoke highly of regional efforts to end Venezuela's crisis, but the country is far from a resolution. [Read More]
Petty Officer 3rd Class Loumania Stewart/US Coast Guard US military forces patrolling the country's southern approaches are under-resourced and overwhelmed by the flow... [Read More]
Getty Images/Pool More than two months into his term, President Donald Trump's State Department and Pentagon remain without people in many important administrative... [Read More]
Officials in Lithuania are sounding the alarm about suspected Russian information campaigns that are reminiscent of the lead up to the Crimean annexation. [Read More]
Reuters Latin America holds the ignominious distinction of having the most cities on Mexico's Citizens' Council for Public Security's annual ranking of the... [Read More]
On July 28, 1914, a month after a Bosnian-Serb assassinated Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand on a street corner in Sarajevo, the Austro-Hungarian Empire declared war... [Read More]
REUTERS/Stuart Price While some of President Donald Trump's marquee initiatives have foundered in his first few weeks in office, the budget put out... [Read More]
Imperial War Museum The US joined World War I three years after it started, but there were few parts of the world that... [Read More]
Thomson Reuters US airstrikes in eastern Yemen over the weekend targeted Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, continuing the effort to disrupt "a... [Read More]
Every year, billions of dollars in illegal narcotics circle the globe, driven by the demand of millions of users. [Read More]
REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins Venezuela's homicide rate rose to an average of about 60 a day last year, up from about 45 a day... [Read More]
Army Lt. Gen. John M. Murray told the Senate Armed Services Committee's Airland subcommittee that other militaries — including some potential adversaries — have produced... [Read More]
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