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  • The Silent Guest program fed the hungry in Europe after World War II
    Feed the world's hungry on Thanksgiving
    This Thanksgiving, put an extra chair at your table and make room for a “silent guest.” That guest can be one of the world’s 805 million hungry people.The “silent guest” tradition goes back to the autumn of 1947, when...
  • Feeding a silent guest
    A Thanksgiving gift for Syria's war victims
    The war in Syria has caused a hunger emergency in the Middle East. On Thanksgiving Eve it was announced that the U.S. Food for Peace program is donating US $125 million to feed the war victims.The donation will go to the UN World Food Programme ...
  • Amal Alamuddin
    Syrian adoption rumor: George Clooney planning to adopt
    The ink on the Italian marriage license is barely dry, but that isn't stopping the rumor mill that is constantly in operation around George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin. The latest rumor is one of the best ones to date. According to a Tuesday,...
  • ISIS battleground
    Would an ISIS knock-out in Mosul end it?
    Many Americans are experienced with war and war strategy. We have lived with it and some have been trained in it and have served in battle. General Dempsey spoke about the possible necessity of sending American troops into battle in Mosul, Iraq...
  • Putin and Obama Dance At APEC Summit
    Putin and Obama Dance At APEC Summit
    Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S.President Barack Obama have tip toed around each other for the past three days. You can see the strain in the relationship between the two men and the countries as well. Both men have been at odds for some...
  • 3,500-year-old Middle East excavation site photo
    Mysterious ancient stone circles dot the Middle East: Who made them… and why?
    Huge stone circles dot the landscape in the Middle East, especially in Syria and Jordan, and archaeologists have now taken the first high resolution aerial photos of the mysterious rock formations. The Christian Science Monitor reported Nov. 3...
  • Susan Rice
    Why are U.S. leaders making it impossible to fight against ISIS?
    According to journalists Josh Rogin and Eli Lake, a growing number of U.S. military leaders indicate that the White House is stalling the attack on ISIS. This administration is making sure that the commanders conducting the air campaigns against...
  • Stone Circles in Jordan a mystery baffling the scientists today
    Big Circles in Jordan: Purpose of circles mapped by satellite baffle scientists
    The mystery of 12 big stone circles that are seen in satellite images in Jordan’s landscape have baffled the scientists today as a group of these circles were built with the same precise dimensions. This indicates that they were replicated...
  •  A Islamic State (ISIS) black flag flies neasr the Syrian town of Kobani
    ISIS has slaughtered Iraqi tribesmen and women in Anbar province
    The American led coalition air assault against ISIS does not seem to have weakened the heavily armed group of militants as reports of atrocities continue to circulate from Iraq and Syria. Fox News reported on Nov. 1, 2014 that ISIS militants...
  • Syria
    Assad regime drops barrel bombs on Syrian refugee camp, kills dozens
    The United States Department of State said Wednesday it was horrified to learn the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assaddropped barrel bombs on the Abedin refugee camp. It called the attack "barbaric" as dozens were killed, mostly...
  • In the wake of U.S. bombing, Syria asks Russia to join their new Economic Zone
    In the wake of U.S. bombing, Syria asks Russia to join their new Economic Zone
    As the U.S. continues to fund Syrian rebels, and instigate bombing raids under the auspices of battling ISIS, on Oct. 24 the Syrian government reached over to their economic and military partner Russia to apply to join the new Eurasian Economic...
  • Secretary of State John Kerry thanks Germany for stopping teens bound for Syria
    Secretary of State John Kerry thanks Germany for stopping teens bound for Syria
    Look out America, lock up your daughter, ISIS is recruiting your teenage daughters. FBI suspected three teens bound for Syria may have tried to join the Islamic extremist group ISIS. According to USA Today, Secretary of State John Kerry said the U...
  • ISIS crisis: the West keeps missing warning signs
    ISIS crisis: the West keeps missing warning signs
    On October 22, 2014, the reign of terror continued in Canada. A soldier was gunned down, while guarding a war memorial. That violent act was followed by the shootout in the halls of the Canadian Parliament. The attacker was identified as Michael...
  • 3 Girls leave Denver to join ISIS in Syria
    3 Girls leave Denver to join ISIS in Syria
    Three girls from the Denver area attempted to trek over 6,000 miles to Syria to join ISIS in it's Muslim extremist movement. The identity of the girls, ages 15, 16, and 17, have not been released due to their ages.The girls were stopped by the...
  • Army Lt. Gen. James M. Dubik
    Moral judgment about the Obama ISIS strategy
    On trial is the Obama ISIS strategy and associated foreign policy. The jury is the American public and some testimony is offered by military experts who talk around the edges as a way to demonstrate respect for their commander in chief. Often in...