There's a faulty assumption that people who become radicalized are impoverished and left with no options.
A bipartisan group in Congress is looking to roll back funding for the Palestinian Authority for paying terrorists' families.
Getting a foothold in neighboring countries is a way for Iran to exert influence.
Pope Francis says if he'd said the divisive term in public, he'd have been shut out of private dialogue with Myanmar's leaders.
Starting earlier this month, protesters blocked a main highway into the capital city Islamabad and called for the country's law minister to resign.
A new FBI report shows hate crimes rose by about 5 percent between 2015 and 2016.
A new anti-terror law has been signed in France - one that human rights advocates say just makes the state of emergency permanent.
Aung San Suu Kyi had said little about the Rohingya crisis until Tuesday. In her 30-minute speech, she didn't denounce violence against the group.
Hamas says it's ready to dissolve its government in the Gaza Strip for unity rule with the Fatah-led Palestinian Authority in the West Bank.
Rohingya militants attacked police near the end of August, killing 12. But the U.N. has accused Myanmar's military of a "disproportionate" response.
A reward of $11,000 is being offered for help finding the people responsible for starting the fire on Ingham Avenue in Lackawanna.
The Philippines has been fighting ISIS on its southern island for much of the summer. Should the United States get involved?