“Khaan Quest 2013″ came to an end this week in Mongolia. The annual exercises, which were held this year from August 3-14, bring together more than a dozen militaries from around the world with the goal
President Barack Obama's failure to act amid spiralling violence in Egypt has led the US to lose all credibility in the Middle East, senator John McCain said Sunday. The former presidential rival and Republican
Many other countries, from Iran to Cameroon, have harsh anti-gay laws. 6 Minute Read By Anna Kordunsky, for National Geographic A new Russian law that criminalizes "propaganda of non-traditional sexual
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Back-to-school physicals are a good time for parents to raise concerns with kids' doctors. A skin problem that mortifies many teens is now appearing in younger kids. More pre-adolescent children, ages
Spanish boats illegally entered Gibraltar's waters after a stand-off with the Royal Navy on Sunday. In an escalation of the bitter diplomatic dispute over fishing rights, British military and police boats
The European Union said Sunday it will "urgently review" its relations with Egypt. CAIRO — More violence is expected in Egypt after chaos swept through the country last week, leaving nearly 900 dead in
Perpetual flight is going, so get ready for planes that just keep going and going and going... In 1883, Nobel laureate John Strutt, a physicist and the third Baron Rayleigh, put forward a radical idea.