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North Korea turns its hostility on Beijing

WASHINGTON— Tensions on the Korean peninsula are reaching an unprecedented boiling point, as North Korea’s leader threatens war with China, its strongest and most important ally, over its “nuclear betrayal.” Beijing official told both the U.S. and North Korea, along with Japan and South Korea, to “stop irritating each other” on Wednesday, prompting the Korean […] …

Trial to expose jihadists embedded in Washington

A former federal investigator enlists his son to infiltrate a Muslim front in the nation’s capital that had routinely collaborated with the White House and federal law-enforcement agencies as a “civil rights” group. The daring undercover operation results in the capture of 12,000 pages of incriminating internal documents along with audio and video recordings, attracting the […] …

When chips are down, presidents know what to do

“In 1775, the Continental Congress proclaimed the first national day of prayer. … In 1783, the Treaty of Paris officially ended the long, weary Revolutionary War during which a national day of prayer had been proclaimed every spring for eight years.” – President Reagan, Jan. 27, 1983 President Washington, after the Whiskey Rebellion in western […] …

This day in WND history: Happy anniversary to WND!

  Happy 20th anniversary to WND! May 4, 1997: It was 20 years ago today that Joseph and Elizabeth Farah got the idea to start what they deemed at the time as “the first Internet newspaper.” Even many of their closest friends and supporters were skeptical. “It wasn’t exactly that we didn’t have the credentials for such […] …