Saturday, November 02, 2013


While Obamcare stuns the U.S., 'leading from behind' unravels world peace The U.S. is transfixed by the Obama administration's massively bungled attempt to nationalize one sixth of the economy.

Israel: Hizbullah remains 'elite force' fighting rebels for Assad in Syria Despite reports of a withdrawal, Israel continues to determine a large Hizbullah role in Syria.

Israel said to bomb Syrian base containing missiles from Iran and Russia A Syrian missile base has been bombed in an attack attributed to Israel.

DL director: US seen as 'weak and retreating' on world stage American wariness of foreign military involvement is making it seem "weak and retreating."

Israel 'furious' with White House for leak on Syria strike Israel is fuming with the White House for confirming that it was the Israeli Air Force that struck a military base near the Syrian port city of Latakia.

U.S. Roman Catholic Church And Protestant Denominations Agree To Recognize Each Other's Baptisms In a monumental occasion for ecumenical relations, the U.S. Roman Catholic church and a group of Protestant denominations plan to sign a document on Tuesday evening to formally agree to recognize each other's baptisms.

Hakimullah Mehsud drone strike: 'Death of peace efforts' Pakistan's interior minister has said the death of Pakistani Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud has destroyed the country's nascent peace process.

Behind The Lines: Assad's North Korean connection Reports have emerged this week indicating the presence of North Korean military personnel in Syria.

In midst of Syrian war, giant Jesus statue arises In the midst of a conflict rife with sectarianism, a giant bronze statue of Jesus has gone up on a Syrian mountain.

Why Vladimir rules and Obama bombs On both the NSA saga and the Syrian crisis, Putin played chess while Obama played checkers with himself - and lost.