The riveting 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, directed by big budget action film director Michael Bay and based on the nonfiction book 13 Hours by Mitchell Zuckoff, is a soldier’s-eye view of the notorious terrorist assaults on two American compounds in Benghazi, Libya, on September 11, 2012.
Secretary of State John Kerry last week asked the UN for help vetting immigrants from Central America. But the problems are mostly of our own government's making.
Stocks worldwide have been in a tailspin since the beginning of the year, triggered in part by the persistent decline in crude oil prices. Is this just a hiccup in a longer-term bull market or a long-anticipated correction?
According to prime ministers, presidents, and dictators around the world, the remedy to climate disruptions is global governance — but why would anyone deem that good?
The story behind why the government caused the demise of the incandescent light bulb is worth knowing, because we’re set to see the same scenario repeatedly enacted.
New testimony from a rescued Russian pilot casts Turkey's version of events into doubt, but Russia is showing restraint.
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is an avowed “Democratic Socialist,” a term he endows with all positive meanings. But functionally, it’s similar to communism.
Jeff Bezos' secretive Blue Origin space firm yesterday became the first to launch a rocket into space and guide it safely back to a landing on earth, ushering in the long-anticipated era of the reusable rocket.
Accusations and recriminations fly in the wake of Turkey's shooting down a Russian Sukhoi-24 after it allegedly violated Turkish airspace.
Argentina has replaced hardline leftist president Cristina Fernández with a supposed conservative reformer. But will Argentines be willing to accept short-term hardship to finally heal their economic woes?