The Pentagon lists 83,000 MIAs as unaccounted-for from WWII and the Korean and Vietnam wars.
Immigration authorities had begun issuing detainers based on electronic data after getting access to fingerprints from jail bookings under enhanced law enforcement information-sharing after the 2001 terrorist attacks.
Is Finch the hard-core segregationist whose racism is at the heart of Lee’s newly released “Go Set a Watchman?”
Last week the State Department outlined its plan to put in place an accord that aims to prevent Iran from becoming nuclear-armed.
The deal, reached Tuesday, has been criticized by some workers on social media sites, but UAW President Dennis Williams said it achieves union goals of giving entry-level workers a path to higher pay.
Florida A&M University agreed to name the marching band’s anti-hazing program after Robert Champion as well as place a memorial plaque dedicated to Champion in the school’s band room under the terms of the agreement reached with Champion’s parents
Protests continued Friday over a western Virginia high school’s ban on Confederate flags displayed on clothing and cars, but no more students were suspended for the violating the policy and one student said he’s considering legal action.
During the registration process at Harvard University and other universities, students are now allowed to indicate which pronouns they use, with suggested gender-neutral options like “ze” or “they.”
Republicans countered that the tax breaks, which expired in January, are longstanding provisions that are routinely renewed every year or two — with support from both Republicans and Democrats.
Next week, Ohio State will launch an online training course for students developed over the past year, followed by a separate online course for faculty, staff and volunteers.
The rate on 15-year fixed-rate mortgages rose to 3.11 percent from 3.10 percent.
The Rev. Bob Simon spent about 10 months constructing a mini St. Peter’s Basilica out of a half-million Legos.