The United Nations approved new sanctions against North Korea Monday targeting one of the country's biggest revenue streams.
Deportation officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement removed a top Mexican drug kingpin on September 1 from the United States.
Pentagon sources tell CBN News six U.S. soldiers and three Afghan nationals were wounded when a Taliban suicide bomber rammed his explosive-covered car into a U.S. military convoy in Afghanistan's central Parwan province on Monday.
On this day when we remember the thousands lost in the September 11th attacks, a TV Host on Egyptian MB TV Channel is ridiculing the United States claiming America is responsible for all the massacres in the Arab and Muslim world.
Since North Korea conducted its latest nuclear bomb test, the rogue nation is now threatening the United States will pay a heavy price if tougher sanctions are approved by the U.N. Security Council.
Saturday is the 69th anniversary of the founding of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. South Korea and other neighboring countries are bracing for the rogue country to celebrate by conducting a test of its nuclear and missile program.
The Department of Justice is headed back to the U.S. Supreme Court over President Donald Trump's travel ban after another legal setback.
Hurricane Irma, a monster storm packing winds up to 150 mph, was hovering this week over Caribbean islands as Florida National Guard members began preparing for a possible hit and residents started evacuating.
As tensions between the United States and North Korea mount, there is a group of scientists watching the rogue country around the clock.
Pentagon chief warns of "massive military response" after North Korean hydrogen bomb test, escalating tension between Washington, Pyongyang, and beyond.