The "War on Drugs" is not just a personal story for people in the United States. It is also altered and contributed to by those in neighboring countries. We are going to explore why and how that happens right now.
No Man Left Behind — this policy is as old as America herself. Regardless the country or the outcome, we have routinely swapped captured enemy fighters in order to return our soldiers to American soil.
Fifty years ago researchers reported that the average first-time heroin user is a 16-year-old of color, but now a study says that a typical user who has sought treatment is more likely a 23-year-old white woman from the suburbs.
The worldwide investigation into allegations of manipulation in the global currency market took another twist on Thursday, as Bank of America suspended a senior trader in London, a source familiar with ...
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Nations, like people, are full of flaws and inadequacies. On the bright side though, we believe that we can improve if we try. Nations are also like people when it comes to the habit of mind that thinks "things were better back when."
Today, gun violence has become more prevalent and sadly the norm. Seeking an end to the problem will take long-term solutions, which include understanding why a rift exists on an issue that will not end quite so swiftly.
Infographics on the wealth and inequality in the U.S. revealing the striking difference between what people think is the reality of wealth distribution and the real economic picture has already received over 10 million hits on YouTube.
Every single day the American people are saddled with propaganda stating that we are the greatest country on Earth. We are encouraged to be proud of our nation. We are told to waive our rights as we wave the flag for which our fathers fought and died.
U.S. special forces carried out 2 separate operations last week, one targeting a high ranking leader belonging to al-Shabab, and the other that targeted an Al-Qaeda member suspected of being involved in the 98 U.S. embassy bombings in Nairobi Kenya.
Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal Meqdad has warned that any American attack on Syria would have repercussions across the rest of the Middle East, as well as against American interests in the region.
Russia and America take sides in the Syrian civil war. Moscow remains committed to providing the Assad regime the S-300 air defense missile systems, while Washington remains committed to arming the Syrian rebels. Will Russia win the new Cold War?
"It sort of evolved organically," the 31 year-old Deacon says of his live shows. "When I first started, my whole goal was to get people to dance by the end of the set -which was a success -though it took me a while to figure out how to get people to feel comfortable, and to lose their inhibitions in a place that was very uncomfortable, like an empty room."
A Tea Party rally in Minnesota, where some protesters carry signs such as "Kill the Bill"
Downtown Fargo, North Dakota, looking east
On St. Patrick's Day many people in both countries celebrate their shared heritage.
Sailors from the Ohio-class fleet ballistic-missile submarine USS Nevada (SSBN 733) fill food boxes at the Food Bank of Northern Nevada for area needy families during Reno Navy Week.
Senior Chief Mass Communication Specialist Gary Ward
Truckers Ride For The Constitution
"A Portrait of America" curated by Ramses Granados continues its run at the Joy Wai Gallery in Chelsea, NYC.
Joy Wai Gallery
Looking at Ford Field the night of Super Bowl XL on Feburary 3, 2006 in Detroit.
Presidents Hu Juntao of China and Barck Obama of the United States
Rebuilding Democracy on Flick'r
The FBI Hostage Rescue Team, created in 1983, trains at Quantico. The team has been involved in many high-profile cases and deployed on more than 200 missions in the U.S. and abroad.
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President Barack Obama speaking in Largo, Md., Sept. 26, 2013.
White House photo
Documentary on Rolling Thunder and the Run for the Wall on Memorial Weekend.
This is how Andrew Forsthoefel set up camp during his walk across America
Courtesy Andrew Forsthoefel
Members of Move America Forward at a rally held in Berkeley Ca.
Coutesy of Move America Forward
he Kogi or Kogui or Kaggabba, translated to "jaguar", in the Kogui language are a native American ethnic group that lives in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Martha, in Colombia. They are one of the few surviving Pre-Columbian civilizations of South America.
Criticizing the U.S. government for its recent overtures toward negotiation with Iran, Wiesel offered a firm stance. "I think America should adopt a very harsh line, a more truthful line, and say to Iran that you cannot continue like that -not with our consent. You can't."
Israel's Minister Ehud Barak, left, sits across from the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem Sunday, April 29, 2012. (AP Photo/Ronen Zvulun, Pool)
Israel's Minister Ehud Barak, left, sits across from the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during th