China, North Korea's lone major ally, said Monday it condemns any form of cyber attack, but agreed with the North Korean government that there's no evidence to prove Pyongyang's involvement in the hacking of Sony Pictures, which has led the company t..
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The government of Pakistan plans to execute around 500 terror convicts in coming weeks in response to last week's killing of 149 people, including 133 children, at a military-run Army Public School in the northwestern city of Peshawar by the local br..
Gunman Ismaaiyl Brinsley Had Been Arrested 20 Times; Had Troubled Childhood, Anger Against Authorities
Ismaaiyl Brinsley, who allegedly ambushed and killed two New York police officers before killing himself Saturday, had a "very troubled childhood," had been arrested 20 times for petty crimes and was violent and suicidal, according to police and othe..
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North Korea Denies Hacking Sony; Proposes Joint-Probe Warning US of 'Grave Consequences' If Obama Doesn't Agree
North Korea claimed it was not involved in a cyber attack on Sony Pictures, which led to the cancellation of the release of the movie "The Interview," and also "offered" a joint investigation into it with the United States, warning of "grave conseque..
Kurdish Peshmerga fighters have announced that they've taken the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar back from Islamic State militants in a battle months after tens of thousands of minority Yazidis had to flee their homes while others remained trapped afte..
A gunman ambushed and shot to death two New York City police officers before killing himself Saturday, in what the man claimed was a revenge killing for the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. The chief of the city's police union blamed Mayor Bi..
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US Claims ISIS Demoralized by Airstrikes; Militants Selling Christian Artifacts, Using Churches as Torture Chambers
While U.S. officials say Islamic State, or ISIS, has been demoralized by losses it has suffered in Iraq and Syria due to ongoing American airstrikes, reports suggest that its militants are turning Christian churches into torture chambers and selling ..
President Barack Obama said Friday that Sony Pictures Entertainment "made a mistake" in cancelling the Hollywood studio's film "The Interview," a comedy about a plot to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, after the company was subjected to a devast..
Sony Hackers Warn of 'Christmas Gift' to Put Company in 'Worst State'; Demand Comedy 'The Interview' About Plot to Kill N. Korean Dictator Kim Jong Un Be Pulled
The hackers of Sony Pictures Entertainment released a seventh cache of leaked files over the weekend with a promise of a "Christmas gift" to put the company, which has already been forced to cancel the production of several films, "into the worst sta..
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Relatives of Scott Stapp, Grammy Award-winning singer and former frontman of the popular '90s rock band "Creed," made a 911 call last month saying he believed he was part of the CIA, and was supposed to assassinate President Obama, according to a cel..
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5 Hostages Flee Australia's Lindt Chocolate Shop as Standoff Continues; Hostages Forced to Hold Islamic Flag
Five of an unknown number of hostages being held by an unidentified armed assailant inside a central Sydney cafe managed to escape Monday morning. The motive of the hostage-taker remains unclear but two people have been seen holding up a flag with Ar..
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U.S. Pastor Saeed Abedini, who has now been in an Iranian jail for his Christian faith for more than two years and has been subjected to harsh beatings, is in "severe pain," according to a relative who was able to visit him in prison.
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California University 'De-Recognizes' Christian Group for Accepting Only Christian Leaders; School Deems This 'Discriminatory'
San Jose State University in California has intimated Ratio Christi, a grassroots campus student ministry, of its decision to "de-recognized" the campus chapter as punishment for the ministry's "discriminatory" policy for leadership positions.
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Two officers were hospitalized as more than 25,000 people marched through Manhattan Saturday to protest a New York grand jury's recent decision not to indict a white police officer in the chokehold death of an unarmed black man, Eric Garner.
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Deaths related to violence caused by Nigeria's Islamist terror group Boko Haram is now comparable with the number of civilians killed by the Islamic State, or ISIS, group in Iraq, according to new figures.
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Defector Says North Korea Castrates Disabled People; Performs Experiments Before Leaving Them to Die
A North Korean defector gives a horrible account of how people with mental or physical disabilities are seen as a stain on the nation's image and are therefore used for performing experiments before being deliberately neglected until they die.
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While Democrats are using the recently released investigative report on the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack on U.S. facilities to absolve the Obama administration, serious questions are being raised about its shortcomings, which some members of the Ho..
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A watchdog group has revealed that the Department of Health and Human Services is marginalizing its own ethics body for pointing out that its controversial study of premature babies failed to disclose foreseeable risks of blindness, neurological dama..
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Six detainees, considered prisoners in the U.S. war on terror and held at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba for over 12 years, have been transferred to Uruguay under a resettlement deal, the Pentagon said Sunday.
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