Millions of gallons of toxic chemicals and raw sewage are being dumped by Mexico into the Tijuana River, surrounding valleys and U.S. beaches at the U.S.-Mexico border, sickening border patrol agents, but those on the front lines say the U.S. has done little to force Mexico to literally clean up its act.
An effort to collect shoes for underprivileged children blossomed into a more ambitious one: Rebuilding an overcrowded, dilapidated children’s home in Archer’s Post, Kenya.
U.S. Navy officials are weighing options for boosting the size of their fleet, which appears increasingly inadequate to handle growing maritime threats from China, Iran and Russia.
While escorting a man wanted for failing to register as a sex offender from Las Vegas to Dallas in September 2012, a chief investigator from the Dallas County district attorney’s office “solicited, demanded, and accepted from an individual a bribe” … in return for helping the man get the charges dropped.
With North Korea developing its nuclear and intercontinental ballistic missile capabilities, Hawaii defense experts are concerned North Korea could target the 50th state with an electromagnetic pulse attack.
Hawaii is having to confront its woefully inadequate facilities for protecting the island’s residents and visitors from an attack by North Korea.
A FBI forensic team from California will join Hawaii Island police in the search for the body of a 6-year-old boy who went missing more than two decades ago, Fox News said Thursday.
Jason Simcakoski, a 35-year-old Marine, husband and father, died at the Tomah Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center in Wisconsin in 2014 from a toxic combination of prescription drugs.
The rape of a 14-year girl last week in a boys’ bathroom of a Maryland high school, for which two illegal immigrants have been charged, has fueled opposition to officials making the state a sanctuary for illegal immigrants.
A 14-year-old girl enrolled at Rockville High School in Rockville, Md. was violently raped, sodomized and made to perform oral sex in a campus bathroom stall by two older male students, at least one of whom is in the country illegally, police and immigration officials said Monday.
New brutal details emerged Monday in the alleged rape of a 14-year-old girl at a Maryland high school by two male students, at least one of whom was in the country illegally.
During the 17 days that 140 million gallons of raw sewage poured from Mexico into the Tijuana River and then into the ocean fronting several popular South San Diego communities, no Mexican official disclosed the potential health and environmental hazards.
With a laser-like focus on protecting its lifeblood – trade – China is dramatically altering its military operations, creating specialized teams that can protect its maritime resources, routes and territorial expansion plans.
One of the revelations about the U.S. consulate in Frankfurt, Germany, that has come from the WikiLeaks release of files thousands of CIA documents is that American spies can use the facility for hacking databases that are not connected to the Internet.
Former mayor of Stockton, Calif., Anthony Silva, is spending this week in a chilly prison cell, segregated from other inmates, as he awaits a bail review hearing on Monday
If San Francisco’s withdrawal from the JTTF is permanent, it could impact the safety of Americans throughout the nation, said Lauren Anderson, a former FBI agent involved in counterterrorism.
Three years after at least 35 veterans died waiting for care at the Veteran’s Affairs hospital in Phoenix, Arizona, sparking a firestorm of demands for reform across the nation, the facility has been ranked one of the nation’s worst – and whistleblowers are frustrated.
Noor Salman, the wife of the Orlando nightclub gunman Omar Mateen, shopped with her husband at a Walmart the night before the massacre where he bought five containers of ammunition, a source close to the investigation told FoxNews.com on Tuesday, shining new light on what the widow may have known.
An obscure private firm hired by the State Department over internal objections to protect U.S. diplomats in Benghazi just months before four Americans were murdered was staffed with hastily recruited locals with terror ties who helped carry out the attack, multiple sources told Fox News.
Two Iraqi men who allegedly lied their way past U.S. immigration officials and continued their terrorist-related activities after being admitted as refugees are the latest evidence that a flawed screening process is putting Americans at risk, critics say.