Lured by social media posts from people living in the Islamic State group’s self-declared capital, more than two dozen family members migrated to Syria. It didn’t take long before their dream was crushed.
Many Japanese have mixed feelings about the latest developments, viewing them as a sign that by focusing on ICBM development, North Korea’s aggression is directed toward the U.S. rather than Japan, even if test launches have been splashing down off Japan’s coast.
A Massachusetts woman who encouraged her boyfriend to kill himself in dozens of text messages and told him to “get back in” a truck filled with toxic gas faces up to 20 years in prison when a judge sentences her on a charge of involuntary manslaughter.
John Dowd, a retired Marine Corps captain with a deep voice, has played a role in some of the defining legal quagmires of the last four decades — among them, the Iran-Contra affair, the Keating Five, the Enron collapse and a scandal over the firing of U.S. attorneys.
A new federal lawsuit has accused the Nebraska State Patrol of forcing female recruits to submit to invasive, medically unnecessary pelvic exams before they can be hired.
The memo list five priorities for the communications staff, including “Improve the culture” and “Fill the content void.”
The president is due Friday to take his first extended vacation from Washington since the inauguration — a 17-day getaway to his private golf club in central New Jersey.
It followed an unprecedented delay in releasing the American casualty tolls in the attack in southern Afghanistan — reflecting an emerging disagreement on how the military should handle information about American casualties.
With only 30 companies, the Dow reflects much less of the economy than the Standard & Poor’s 500 index or the Russell 1500, which professionals pay more attention to.
The unit of 12 federal prosecutors will focus exclusively on investigating health care fraud and opioid scams that are fueling the nation’s drug abuse epidemic.
Moscow responded to the sanctions by ordering a reduction in the number of U.S. diplomats in Russia.
Though it’s common for Amazon to ramp up its shipping center staff in August to prepare for holiday shopping, the magnitude of the hiring spree underscores Amazon’s growth when traditional retailers are closing stores.
Parseghian wont two national titles in 11 seasons as the head football coach of the Fighting Irish.
Ohio consumers will once again get a back-to-school sales tax break on clothing and school supplies with the state’s third annual sales tax holiday.
Trump told the members he makes such frequent appearances at the property in Bedminster, New Jersey, because: “That White House is a real dump.”
The suit alleges that the White House and Fox News Channel conspired to push a false story about Democratic leaks and the unsolved killing of 27-year-old Seth Rich in order to distract attention from the Russia investigation swirling around President Donald Trump.
The Wall Street Journal and New York Times reported Wednesday that U.S. trade officials are discussing ways to counter such piracy.
Nearly half of their fathers were killed in police raids, and in some cases the children witnessed the deaths. Most of the other fathers are in prison for terrorism offenses.
He said Tuesday the United States does “not seek a regime change. We do not seek a collapse of the regime.
House Republicans trying to thwart the Affordable Care Act sued the administration in federal court in 2014, arguing the law lacked specific language appropriating the “cost-sharing” subsidies.