Israel struggles with immigration problems and vows to address the grievances of its Ethiopian Jewish population.
Articles by: Joe Friedrichsen
U.S. police departments consider equipping their officers with expensive body cameras amid public criticism of police shootings
Presidential candidates’ campaign launch strategies are evaluated
Sand, cement, wood and steel are China’s latest weapons of choice as the country literally transforms islands in the South China Sea.
New community-oriented approaches to fighting extremism are being used to counter the Islamic State group’s recruitment efforts in Europe and the U.S.
In a new study, climate scientists are predicting a 40-year drought that could begin within the next century in the Southwest of the U.S.
Congress discusses Obama’s request to expand anti-ISIL military operations
As ISIL spreads into Libya, Egypt calls for international action.
Obama will wait for results of peace talks before he considers sending arms and supplies to Ukraine.
Russia’s new foreign policy is a result of the West’s failure to address Russia’s interests and concerns, Putin’s defense of traditional Christian values and his need to boost popularity numbers at home.