George Clooney has been accused of helping “blacklist” an actress after she complained of sexual and racial harassment.
South Korea plans a drastic shift in defense strategy that allows it to carry out pre-emptive strikes against the North and gain direct command of its forces from the US as soon as possible.
Late-night talk show host and frequent President Trump critic Jimmy Kimmel had a few choice words for the president’s oldest son Friday, calling Donald Trump Jr. an “imbecile” who does little more than tweeting.
Hustler founder Larry Flynt is taking aim at President Trump in a full page ad in this Sunday’s Washington Post, FOX Business has learned exclusively.
Eagles wide receiver Marcus D. Johnson was baptized in a hotel swimming pool, with many of his teammates surrounding him. According to CBS Sports, those present were tight end Zach Ertz, offensive guard Stefen Wisniewski, tight end Trey Burton, linebacker Jordan Hicks and backup quarterback Nick Foles.
The naval forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Russia plan to stage a joint exercise in the Caspian Sea to display their military might.
Thanks to the acoustic forensic analysis I’ve publicly posted, the FBI now knows there was a second shooter at the Las Vegas massacre. The math is undeniable, and the acoustic analysis proves the existence of a second shooter.
Nick Corvino, 30, was shot 13 times while he was sleeping Tuesday at his Osceola County home, the Orlando Sentinel reported. He reportedly suffered gunshot wounds to his back, heads and legs.
Jaguars Owner Shad Khan donated $1 million to President Trump’s inaugural committee. Though, given what he just said about the president, he might soon ask for a refund.
The area controlled by Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in Syria has been reduced to less than 8 percent as Syrian government troops, backed by Russian Airspace Forces, continue their successful advance in Deir ez-Zor Province.
The “hero” Mandalay Bay security guard shot during the Las Vegas massacre last week has vanished after bailing on several media interviews Thursday.
Now you know why the news was slow to report the Weinstein scandal
The NFL needs its fans a lot more than the fans need the NFL.
The prospect of a new civil war in Iraq — pitting the autonomous Kurdish region against the Iraqi central government — reached new heights Friday, with both sides engaging in tense troop movements around the disputed oil-rich city of Kirkuk.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has warned that military action against North Korea could trigger “devastating consequences” amid US President Donald Trump’s war threats.
Talent agencies, investors, and even banks now view the Weinstein Company as “toxic,” and are preparing to sever ties with the production firm, according to insiders.
President Donald Trump will not re-certify to Congress Iranian compliance with the landmark nuclear deal signed in 2015 under President Barack Obama, but will keep the agreement itself in place.
At least one person has been killed and two more injured in a shooting incident in Istanbul, Turkish media report.
The USS ‘Michigan’, a nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine, has arrived in the South Korean port of Busan, US military have said. The arrival one of the largest subs in the world comes amid growing tensions on the Korean peninsula.
As Nabil turned to leave, the officer said, “Hey, brother, anytime you come to Baghdad Airport remember you have a brother here – his name’s Muhammed.” Then he comes over and whispers: “I’m your brother in Christ.” As Nabil starts crying, Muhammed reveals that his wife has also turned to Christ.