Parents across the country may hold the key to this year's mid-term elections as they vent their anger over the implementation of a controversial education achievement measure...
In 2003, Army Spc. Jay Briseno was patrolling the streets of Baghdad when, without warning, he was shot in the neck by an Iraqi civilian.
As the Senate confirmed Chuck Hagel Tuesday for Defense secretary after a contentious battle, one of four Republican senators who voted for him was facing an unusual backlash...
Less than a week after President Obama's visit, accusations of government bureaucracy and broken promises of help have stifled the recovery of small businesses in Staten Island.
As President Obama prepares for his post Hurricane Sandy visit to New York, he might be able to learn a thing or two from Staten Island residents who mobilized volunteers to...
The UN agency that promotes education wants a say in how future textbooks are written, and Saudi Arabia - a nation whose own school books have been criticized for promoting...
Palestinians employed by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, the U.N.'s main aid arm in Gaza, elected candidates affiliated with the terror group Hamas to 25 out...
Leading commanders of the Free Syrian Army, in an exclusive interview with Fox News, warn that extremist elements could gain sway over the people of Syria if the Obama...
Detailing the opposition's alternative plan exclusively to Fox News, an influential Syrian human rights activist said Annan’s initiative clearly had “failed.”
Questions about the Syrian friendship group's effectiveness are growing amid reports of splits with Washington over what approach to take.