Survivor of child sex trafficking speaks at SMU law enforcement conference so law enforcement could learn from her story. The three-day conference, organized by the U.S. Justice Department, hopes to shed light on the latest trends in child sex trafficking and help police agencies and others combat the problem. The majority of the ... 07/16/2012 - 5:23 pm | View Link
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Breaking News Videos, Story Video and Show Clips Author Paul Fischer speaks to CNN Today about his latest book, which tells the story of 2 South Koreans who were kidnapped by the North Korean regime and forced to ... 02/27/2015 - 4:04 pm | View Website
Beltway Democrats may not deserve good luck, but it looks like they could have plenty in the next presidential race. Heading into the weekend, Scott Walker, a man born to be slaughtered in a general election, is suddenly leading the Republican pack in the Iowa polls.
Meir Dagan feels a debt of gratitude towards Benjamin Netanyahu. "When I got sick," Dagan told us on Wednesday, "I needed a liver for a transplant. Netanyahu stepped in to help me. I have no personal grudge against him; to the contrary."
WASHINGTON -- It could hardly have been a more perfect storm, and it was all because of a single question in a routine briefing.
On Feb. 19, U. S. Central Command, which is responsible for military operations in the Middle East, gave reporters a standard background briefing about the ongoing campaign against the Islamic State.