Julian Bond, a leading figure from the 1960s civil rights movement who served as chairman of the NAACP after a long career in politics, died Saturday.
The Department of Defense lists 83,118 American troops as unrecovered or unaccounted for overseas, with 73,515 of them from World War II.
The doctor said he still believes gun violence is a preventable health problem, comparing it to seatbelts and swimming pool safety.
Migrants frequently cross the desert from the Mexican border north toward Phoenix, but they are more commonly seen in the cooler months.
The FAA blamed the problem on “technical issues” at an air traffic control center in Leesburg, Va.
In 2011, AT&T began handing over 1.1 billion domestic cellphone calling records a day to the NSA.
The lawsuits state they found a camera last year after one of the women was forwarded a nude photograph of herself.
Both Trump and Clinton avoided getting up on The Des Moines Register’s “soapbox,” a place where candidates can deliver remarks and take questions from fairgoers.
In 2006, Trump was fined for ignoring five jury summonses.
One woman’s decision to share her story on Facebook about needing a kidney changed her life forever.
He’s a humble hero, who said he did what any of his brothers and sisters in gray would’ve done.
Since 2013, 102 total surgeries have been performed, with 51 kidney transplants completed.