Instead of trimming the current U.S. force of 9,800 to 5,500 by the end of the year, U.S. military officials say the administration now might keep many of them there well into 2016.
There are 83 bottles of wine that were cited in a lawsuit this week including labels such as Franzia, Cupcake, Oak Leaf, Acronym and more.
A woman and teenager survived after jumping from the second floor.
The government has said it has 29 relevant pictures from at least seven different sites in Afghanistan and Iraq, and it’s believed to have perhaps hundreds or thousands more.
On June 7, a Walmart truck hit a limo van that was carrying James McNair, Tracy Morgan and others home from a show in Delaware.
Investigators are holding off on saying whether Otis Byrd was killed or took his own life, and they’re urging people to be patient.
The man sprayed TSA agents in the face with wasp killer then swung a machete before shooting several times at a security checkpoint.
Lawmakers in at least 15 states have introduced bills to exempt video recordings of police encounters with citizens from state public records laws, or to limit what can be made public.
The industry group Wine Institute dismissed the lawsuit as “irresponsible,” adding it has not called for any vintner to pull any of the wines named in the complaint from store shelves.
The Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved the genetically engineered foods, saying they are “as safe and nutritious as their conventional counterparts.”
For those whose information was part of the breach, a claim can be filed for up to $10,000. Victims must have proof of things; like late payment fees, higher interest rates, unauthorized charges and even lost time dealing with the issue.
It was reported two days days ago — that the Waimanalo estate made famous in the television show “Magnum P.I.” had been bought by a company tied to Marty Nesbitt, one of Obama’s close friends and a frequent Hawaii golf and travel partner.