President Trump on Thursday refused to back down from critics who've ripped him for failing to condemn protests surrounding the removal of Confederate monuments, doubling down on his belief the statues should stay and questioning if the progressive movement would turn on America's Founding Fathers next.
Tens of thousands of North Koreans massed in a Pyongyang square Wednesday to cheer on their country’s dictator, hailing Kim Jong Un’s fiery rhetoric and saluting the tinpot tyrant’s nuclear lust – even as it inches the impoverished nation toward an apocalyptic confrontation with the United States.
North Korea is continuing to mass resources at a known weapons testing site inside the country, a defense source told Fox News on Wednesday, prompting worries Pyongyang could be plotting to greenlight another provocative nuclear bomb test amid heightened tensions following the death this week of an American student who had been imprisoned by Kim Jong Un’s rogue regime.
Terrorists involved in each of the three recent Islamist assaults on Britain were known to authorities prior to the attacks that claimed a combined 34 lives, however, in each instance British authorities failed to act in time to stop the fiendish plots.
A jailed British hate preacher who’s become ISIS’ rock star radicalizer in the U.K. has been linked to one of the suspected jihadis behind Saturday’s van and knife attack in London – but it’s only the latest example of the Islamist leader’s tentacles touching ISIS plots in England.
The Dallas gunman who killed his roommate and wounded at least two other people including a paramedic Monday was under active investigation by the FBI at the time of the incident, officials said during a Tuesday news conference.
A top New York Times editor decided the paper shouldn’t use the term “female genital mutilation” because the phrase is too “culturally loaded” and widens a divide between the Western world and “people who follow the rite.”
Britain’s UKIP party is taking aim at a pair of Islamic practices in its recently released general election manifesto, an effort, leaders say, to promote cultural integration and curb the degradation of female Muslims.
A second juvenile was set to be arrested in connection with the livestreamed rape of a 15-year-old girl earlier this month, and Chicago police said Sunday other offenders remained on the loose – including an adult.
Sitting together the night before they were to give a Monday morning news conference, the 11 family members of an American couple who were attacked by an Islamic terrorist in London last week came to a surprising conclusion: They weren’t angry.
The fallout from WikiLeaks’ disclosure of alleged CIA hacking secrets stretched around the world Thursday, as Chinese officials expressed concerns about the U.S. “stealing secrets” and German prosecutors continued to investigate claims about a major American cyber spying base in Frankfurt.
Manning. Snowden. The CIA is trying to decide whose name is next to be added to the notorious list of government leakers.
A controversial writer who once called 9/11 first responders “menaces of nature” is set to speak at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, Fox News learned Tuesday.
WikiLeaks on Tuesday released what is said is the full hacking capacity of the CIA in a stunning 8,000-plus page disclosure the anti-secrecy website contends is “the largest ever publication of confidential documents on the agency.”
The NYPD agreed Thursday to further cut back its use of stop-and-frisk tactics – even as city investigators were using data gleaned from the practice to arrest the man now accused in a vicious sexual assault and murder.
A Justice Department division will no longer refer to people released from prison as “felons” or “convicts” because “no punishment is harsher than being permanently branded” with those terms, an agency official announced in a Washington Post editorial Wednesday.