A team of archeologists have flooded a suburban home in Chicago after the homeowners made a centuries-old discovery in his yard.
Hamas’ military wing told NBC News that they lost contact with the unit that carried out an attack against Israeli forces Friday morning and denied holding a live-Israeli captive.
Dana Loesch on Friday ripped into former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura for proceeding with his lawsuit against “American Sniper” author Chris Kyle after Kyle’s death last year, effectively going after Kyle’s widow and children.
If you thought fired ‘Opie and Anthony’ host Anthony Cumia was uncensored on SiriusXM, just imagine the freedom with which he will speak now that he’s his own boss on “The Anthony Cumia Show.” Cumia’s subscriber-based, high-definition video podcast premiers on Monday at 4 p.m.
CNN was criticized online early Friday morning after publishing a tweet appearing to suggest that Israel broke a 72-hour cease-fire brokered by the U.N.
Behind the wheel Tana Baumler was pressing pedal to the metal trying to get herself, her husband, and their two granddaughters — ages 4 and 7 — to Yellowstone National Park for their vacation as quickly as possible.
President Barack Obama criticized the United States for some of its actions following the 9/11 terrorist attacks, using the phrase “torture” to describe interrogation techniques used.
President Barack Obama said that that if Hamas is serious about ending its current conflict with Israel, they must release an Israeli soldier captured Friday.
Meriam Ibrahim’s harrowing story captured the world’s attention. After the Christian mother of two refused to recant her faith, she was arrested by Sudanese officials and sentenced to death for apostasy.
Christian singer Natalie Grant spoke with TheBlaze this week about the intense controversy that erupted months back over her decision to leave the Grammy Awards early and weighed in on her most recent gig hosting GSN’s family-friendly dating show “It Takes a Church.” Contrary to reports, she said she didn’t “storm out” of the awards show because of any specific performance or to take a stand against gay marriage.
A small town in Michigan spent the last day under heavy law enforcement scrutiny with checkpoints manned by local police and the FBI and citizens who were interviewed getting their hands tagged with black “X” marks.
A 42-year-old Georgia woman was out for a jog on a popular trail earlier this week when she was so brutally attacked that even her husband couldn’t recognize her at first.
Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) on Friday bashed Republicans for seeking to deport illegal immigrant children, and said that by pursuing this goal, they are actings if they hate all children.
Thunder Levin, the screenwriter who wrote “Sharknado” and “Sharknado 2: The Second One,” called into Glenn Beck’s radio program Friday, and his deadpan assessment of the risks of a “sharknado” left Glenn Beck cracking up.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights blasted the United States for not providing anti-missile protection for Gaza — where Hamas and other terrorist groups have been launching rockets and staging deadly incursions into Israel through attack tunnels.
An imam is calling on Muslims to “wage jihad for the sake of Allah” in Palestine, videos of his sermons reveal.
Following a two-day absence from the Houston Texans’ training camp, the team’s Pro-Bowl running back Arian Foster returned Thursday.
Secretary of State John Kerry’s hastily brokered agreement to resolve Afghanistan’s presidential election crisis is failing as the two rival candidates continue to disagree over multiple points contained in the emergency deal, leaving the war-torn nation on the brink of collapse and threatening to destroy national security gains made by the U.S.
House Republicans on Friday were preparing to pass legislation that would go further in preventing President Barack Obama from expanding an amnesty and work authorization program for millions of illegal immigrants.
Police shut down a commuter train station Friday in Haverhill, Massachusetts, to investigate a “suspicious item,” after other reports of a pressure cooker being spotted in the vicinity.