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With ISIS Nearly Defeated in Iraq, Thousands of Christian Families Say They Are Not Returning Home

Three years ago, as darkness fell over the northern Iraqi town of Qaraqosh, Sabah Petrus Shema helped his extended family pile into a pickup truck and leave town. When they were gone, he grabbed two Kalashnikovs and waited as the... Continue Reading →

ISIS Fighters Are Torturing and Beheading Christians in the Philippines, Holding Some Hostage as Human Shields and Sex Slaves

Islamic terrorists linked with ISIS who have overrun Marawi City in the Philippines are using Christians as sex slaves and human shields. The terrorists are from the Maute group and have sworn allegiance to ISIS. The terrorists overran the city... Continue Reading →

Rogue Police Officers in Helicopter Attack Venezuela’s Supreme Court

A rogue faction of the Venezuelan police attacked the country‚Äôs Supreme Court in Caracas on Tuesday, dropping grenades from a helicopter, government officials said. It was a rare uprising by government personnel in a country that has been on edge... Continue Reading →

Michael Jordan, Kevin Durant Congratulate Russell Westbrook After Winning First MVP Trophy

Russell Westbrook earned kudos from Michael Jordan and former Oklahoma City Thunder teammate Kevin Durant after being honored with his first league MVP trophy at the NBA Awards show. In a letter signed by Jordan and posted in an Instagram... Continue Reading →

Facebook Officially Hits 2 Billion Monthly Users

Facebook has officially hit 2 billion monthly users, solidifying the company's position as the largest, most influential social network in the world. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the milestone on the social network on Tuesday. "As of this morning, the... Continue Reading →

Cyberattack Hits Ukraine Before Spreading Internationally

Computer systems from Ukraine to the United States were struck on Tuesday in an international cyberattack that was similar to a recent assault that crippled tens of thousands of machines worldwide. In Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, A.T.M.s stopped working.... Continue Reading →

Brazil President Temer Rejects Bribery Charge as ‘Fiction’

Brazilian President Michel Temer has rejected a bribery charge against him, saying it is a "fiction" based on "revenge and vengeance". In a passionate speech, he questioned the authenticity of the evidence presented by Brazil's chief prosecutor. Mr Temer is... Continue Reading →

3 Chicago Police Officers Indicted on Felony Charges for Allegedly Conspiring to Cover Up Fatal Shooting of Laquan McDonald

A grand jury indicted three Chicago police officers on felony charges on Tuesday, accusing them of conspiring to cover up the facts of a fatal police shooting in October 2014 of a black teenager in order to shield their fellow... Continue Reading →

Sarah Palin Sues New York Times for Editorial Tying Her to 2011 Gabrielle Giffords Shooting

Former Alaska Governor and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin filed a lawsuit against the New York Times Tuesday over an editorial that tied her to the January 2011 shooting of an Arizona congresswoman. Palin's attorneys claim that the paper defamed... Continue Reading →

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