$1 Billion-Worth Of Weapons And Equipment Unaccounted For By U.S. Army
The U.S. Army failed to monitor more than $1 billion-worth of arms transfers in Iraq and Kuwait, a newly released audit reveals.
Syrian Doctor Operating On Manchester Victims: “I Saw The Same Wounds In Aleppo”
For a doctor raised in Syria, the wounds from the Manchester suicide bombing are all too familiar.
The Americans Who Attempted To Colonize Jerusalem
Photos of life inside the turn-of-the-century Christian colony.
The Guy Who Questioned Hillary Clinton’s “Stamina” Too “Exhausted” To Give Short Speech In Saudi Arabia
Donald Trump was unable to speak at an event on fighting terrorism in social media due to "exhaustion," according to a White House aide.
Toby Keith To Perform For Donald Trump At “Men-Only” Concert In Saudi Arabia
Toby Keith, a singer known for lyrics about America and beer, will perform at a men-only concert in Saudi Arabia, where alcohol is illegal.
Arab World Gets Its First Gay Pride Festival In Country Where Homosexual Acts Can Land You In Prison
Beirut Pride 2017 is the first LGBT celebration in the Arab world. Homosexuality is illegal in Lebanon, but maybe not for long.
Jerusalem Before Israel: 49 Fascinating Photos Of Life In The Arab Holy City
A revealing look inside the holy city that once was.
Police Rescue 14-Year-Old Locked Up By Parents Since Birth
The rescued boy's mother now claims that she only sought to "protect the boy, who had mental health problems."
Wild Boars Kill ISIS Militants Just Before They Can Ambush Resistance Fighters
A group of boars killed three ISIS militants who were setting up an ambush against local tribesmen in northern Iraq on Sunday.
Eight Mummies and Over 1,000 Statues Uncovered In Ancient Egyptian Tomb
Officials hope the exciting archaeological discoveries will encourage a boost in tourism.
U.S. Presence In Afghanistan About Testing Weapons, Not “War On Terror,” Former Afghan President Says
The former Afghan president condemned the U.S. recent actions in Afghanistan.