Jany Leveille, Lucas Morton, Siraj Wahhaj, Subbannah Wahhaj

Court Documents Reveal New Mexico Jihad Cult Planned Attack on Atlanta Hospital

Prosecutors and defense attorneys filed dueling motions in Taos County, New Mexico on Friday over the fate of Siraj Wahhaj and the four other members of his Islamist cult, arrested at a compound where they kept 11 starving children and buried the corpse of Wahhaj’s kidnapped 3-year-old son.

Turkey and Russia have been on opposing sides of the civil war in Syria since the conflict broke out in 2011, with Moscow the key backer of President Bashar al-Assad and Turkey pressing for his ouster.

Turkey Rejects Russian Claims in Georgia, Challenging Assad in Syria

The Foreign Ministry of Turkey condemned Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad Wednesday for what it labeled a “clear violation” of international law in recognizing the sovereignty of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, two Georgian breakaway regions invaded by Russia in 2008.

Dan Crenshaw for Congress

Establishment Loses Big as Grassroots Candidates Surge in Texas, Georgia

The establishment wing 0f the Republican Party was dealt another serious set of blows on Tuesday as candidates from the grassroots anti-establishment wing, especially in Texas but also in Georgia, emerged victorious in another set of key primary and runoff races.