President Obama: 'I Could Win' Third Term In White House
President Obama thinks he 'could win' a third term in the White House if term limits didn't bar him from running in 2016. “I actually think I’m pretty good president,” he said today in a speech before the African Union in Ethiopia . “I think if I ran, I could win. But I can’t.” Even though he's
SPIN METER: Atrocities Prevention Board's Curious Benchmark
When President Barack Obama in 2011 announced he planned to establish an Atrocities Prevention Board, the mission of the board seemed straightforward: preventing atrocities
UN Report: Congolese Officers Got Pistols From North Koreans
UN experts say Congolese army officers and police reported receiving pistols from a group of 30 North Koreans instructors training their presidential guard and special police forces
Day in Pictures: 5/26/2015
Images from across the globe: Motorists Stranded By Deadly Texas Flash Floods, Burundi Political Tensions Rise, Japan's Emperor Marks 70th Anniversary For End Of WWII, Indians Protest Ruling Political Party
Al Qaeda's Latest Magazine: Notes From Dead American Terrorists
A new issue of al Qaeda’s notorious Inspire magazine urges its readers to detonate car bombs in major U.S. cities, and claims to feature justifications for violent jihad written by two U.S.-born al Qaeda terrorists who were killed more than two years ago. As is...
Navy SEAL Imposter Exposed
Act 4: For years, A.J. Dicken claimed he was an ex-Navy SEAL who served in dozens of missions.
Con Man Gets Away With Thousands by Claiming to Be a Navy SEAL
AJ Dicken convinced investors that he was opening an international security firm.
Exposing a Navy SEAL Imposter: How A.J. Dicken Was Found to be a Fake
When Navy veteran Carol Roberts first met A.J. Dicken, who boasted about being the most decorated Navy SEAL ever, she was in awe of him, and she wasn't the first. "He's a big guy," Roberts said. "He commands authority." For years, Dicken, 57, claimed he was an ex-Navy SEAL who had served in dozens
Trapped Americans Flown Out of Violence-Torn City in South Sudan
American relief workers trapped in Bor, South Sudan, were evacuated Sunday aboard United Nations helicopters that took them to the capital city of Juba. Three U.S. military aircraft sent to evacuate the Americans from Bor on Saturday came under small arms fire from undetermined forces...