Five planes throughout the United States were diverted or immediately grounded due to various security threats over the weekend.
Argentina's President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has called for the dissolution of her country's central intelligence agency one week after the suspicious death of state prosecutor Alberto Nisman who was set to testify against her in court the following day.
Southwest Airlines has reported bomb threats to authorities from eight separate Twitter accounts from 7-10 P.M. EST Monday night, including one from Twitter handle @ISISGangCP.
The saga of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman's death has been taking some bizarre twists and turns over the past week, culminating in President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner dissolving her intelligence service, because she thinks they used Nisman in a bid to discredit her government and might have had something to do with his demise.
A South Korean government source told The Korea Herald the Indonesian government will invite North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un to the Bandung Conference in April.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has executed approximately sixty-four of its own citizens in the first few weeks of January, according to recent reports by the Iran Human Rights Documentation Center and Iran Focus.
Former president of Mexico, Felipe Calderon, offered his own reason why strengthening the border to stanch the flow of illegal immigrants from Mexico is wrong: illegal immigrants will stay in the U.S. rather than return home to Mexico, because they fear they won’t be able to return to the U.S.
Feinstein's move is largely seen as an extension of President Obama's belief that Iran's nuclear program is being used solely for "peaceful purposes" and the approach of diplomacy to negotiate a resolute end.
A papal tradition has come to a bizarre end. For years, popes have sent out white doves as a symbol of peace after an annual meeting with young people from the youth movement called Catholic Action.
NEW YORK (AP) — Three Russian citizens were charged Monday in connection with a Cold War-style Russian spy ring that spoke in code, passed information concealed in bags and magazines, and tried to recruit people with ties to an unnamed New York City university, authorities said.
Islamic State jihadists are accusing Kurdish Peshmerga forces of using “poisonous gas” to execute civilians in Iraq’s second largest city of Mosul.
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