(Photos) Syrian Electronic Army Admits To Hacking U.S. Army’s Website

No one is safe … Monday, the U.S. Army’s website was down. Come to find out, it the government run site was hacked into. The Syrian Electronic Army, a hacker group that has claimed in the past to disrupt major news websites, according to Fox News, admits to being the culprits behind the issue. Check down bottom for more.

(Video) U.S. Helicopter Fired Upon Possibly From Mexican Side Of Border

According to officials Friday, a U.S. Border Patrol helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing in Texas after it was fired upon possibly from Mexican side of border.

U.S. Troops Kill Key ISIS Member In Syria

U.S. government officials have confirmed that a key senior ISIS commander named Abu Sayyaf, has been killed by U.S. Special Operations forces during a raid in eastern Syria. Read more on the story after the jump!

(Photos) Mother Of Convicted Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Says The U.S. Will Pay!

The very angry mother of convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev says the U.S. will pay for charging her son. She’s upset with America over the conviction of her son and says the U.S. will suffer for its mistake. Check out the photos in the gallery and read more on the story below!

Nicki Minaj Announces The Pinkprint Tour For U.S. & Canada With Meek Mill, Tinashe, DeJ Loaf & Rae Sremmurd

Nicki Minaj – 1. Iggy Azalea – 0. After Tinashe opted to drop out of Iggy Azalea’s tour once Iggy pushed back its start date from next month to September, Nicki Minaj scooped up the “2 On” singer, and she will now be one of 4 openers on this summer’s The Pinkprint tour in the U.S. and Canada. Ouch! Also on the tour will be Nicki’s boo Meek Mill, her recent “Throw Some Mo’” collaborators Rae Sremmurd, and DeJ Loaf, who Nicki and Meek recently partied with at CIAA. Check out the first set of dates and locations in the gallery, with more to be announced soon. Tickets go on sale this Friday. For a list of Nicki’s current European tour dates with Trey Songz, head here.

U.S. And Cuba Agree On Exchange Of Four Prisoners; American Contractor For Three Cuban Spies

This afternoon [Dec. 17], President Barack Obama is scheduled to speak to the nation on the U.S. and Cuba’s decision to release three Cuban spy prisoners in exchange for American contractor, Alan P. Gross. Cuban president, Raul Castro is also scheduled for a press conference at the same time. Hit the jump for the details.

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