Takatsuki, in the north side of Osaka Prefecture, suffered damage to buildings and infrastructure following a strong earthquake on June 18, 2018 that struck western Japan. The Japan Meteorology Agency measured the magnitude at 5.9.
Mohamedou Slahi speaks about his release in October 2016 from Guantánamo after 14 years without charge or trial. He thanks his supporters and urges authorities to release the remaining detainees who were being held without charges.
A US Africa Command (AFRICOM) investigation into the October 4, 2017 ambush that killed four US Green Berets by militants loyal to Islamic State in Niger concluded that “no single failure or deficiency was the sole reason for the events.”
This intercepted audio includes two Russian officers involved in the shelling of Mariupol, Ukraine, discussing orders to return back to Russia to meet the operation commander, identified as Stepan Stepanovich. The shelling occurred on Jan. 24, 2015.
A look by the Merchant Marines at their fleet and influence around the world. Of 50,000 trading ships around the world, fewer than 100 fly the U.S. flag. The Maritime Administration says that bolstering the fleet will help national security.
The National Rifle Association didn't begin as the political power we know today. It was the poor shooting skills of Northern soldiers during the Civil War that led a group of Union Army veterans to form the group with a focus on marksmanship.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un walked across the military demarcation line in Panmunjom for historic talks with South Korean President Moon-Jae-in. Kim became the first North Korean leader to cross the border since the end of the 1950-53 Korean War.
Protect Our Winters is a national group that aims to mobilize the outdoor industry for action on climate change. In 2018, its sister non-profit is focusing on electing climate-friendly candidates in select western states.
As Venezuela’s economy continues to crumble, thousands of its citizens are trekking into Colombia every day — sometimes by walking hundreds of miles on foot through the Andes — to escape chronic shortages of food and medicine, frequent looting and
This recording, released in September 2016 by the Dutch-led Joint Investigation Team, shows officers with the call signs Delfin and Orion discussing movement of equipment thought tied to a missile launcher.