USA

No talks with Palestinian inmates on hunger strike

The strike coincides with Palestinian Prisoners Day, which is annually marked on the 17th of April, a month dedicated to Palestinian prisoners. The publication of the essay in the New York Times...

by · USA
Timeline: Ivanka Trump goes to Washington, and sales surge

Timeline: Ivanka Trump goes to Washington, and sales surge

The presidency seems to be doing more for the Trump brand than the Trumps are doing for the presidency. Trump is no longer running the brand, and she has shifted its assets to a family-run trust val...

by · USA

Berkeley police arrest 13 during Tax Day rallies

But Randall Pitre, of San Dimas, California, said the issue is transparency, adding that nobody knows if it's a big deal "because we don't know what he's hiding". A man is hit during pro- and anti-Tru...

by · USA
Runoff likely in much-watched US congressional race

Runoff likely in much-watched US congressional race

The last member in the seat was Tom Price , now Health and Human Services secretary, who won reelection in 2016 with roughly 60 percent of the vote. Barring that scenario the two most successful cand...

by · USA
Trump, First Lady Welcome Attendees to 139th White House Easter Egg Roll

Trump, First Lady Welcome Attendees to 139th White House Easter Egg Roll

President Donald Trump blows a whistle to start the White House Easter Egg Roll alongside first lady Melania Trump and his son Barron (R) on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, D.C, Ap...

by · USA
NCAA returns events to NC after state rolls back LGBT law

NCAA returns events to NC after state rolls back LGBT law

Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper signed a compromise bill March 30 while saying it wasn't a ideal solution. The new bill keeps regulation of bathroom access exclusively in control of the state legislatu...

by · USA

Facebook killing: Steve Stephens found dead

Authorities say police tried to pull Stephens over and, after a brief pursuit, he shot and killed himself. At the pick-up window, when employees in the back had police on the phone, the drive-thru wor...

by · USA
Homeland Security Secretary: No border wall 'from sea to shining sea'

Homeland Security Secretary: No border wall 'from sea to shining sea'

Kelly had few details about the size and scope of the wall when he testified in front of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, saying the administration would rely on the in...

by · USA

Gunman kills 3 in Fresno; suspect wanted in other case

Three persons were killed when a man went on a shooting spree in the US's California state, a media report has said. At a briefing Tuesday night, Dyer said police believed the killings were "motivat...

by · USA
With Trump pick Neil Gorsuch aboard, Supreme Court tackles religious rights

With Trump pick Neil Gorsuch aboard, Supreme Court tackles religious rights

The church has drawn support from the religious community including the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, the Mormon Church and Jewish groups. Trent Franks, Bob Goodlatte and Vicky Hartzler. "Gov. ...

by · USA

Fresno shooter wanted to kill many white people, police say

The first victim was riding in the passenger seat of a truck shot at by the gunman. He opened fire at four spots within one block and was arrested at the scene, police said. Authorities say the suspec...

by · USA
Bull versus the girl: iconic NY statues at loggerheads

Bull versus the girl: iconic NY statues at loggerheads

During the new conference held Wednesday by Modica and his lawyer, Norman Siegel , the " Charging Bull " sculptor contended that "Fearless Girl's" presence was corrupting the artistic integrity of hi...

by · USA
White nationalist Spencer speaks at Auburn

White nationalist Spencer speaks at Auburn

The Spencer event was previously cancelled by Auburn due to concern about planned protests. The ruling by U.S. District Judge W. Keith Watkins came at a hearing in a lawsuit challenging Auburn's ref...

by · USA

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard 'skeptical' that Assad regime behind gas attack

Should Trump want to follow up the attack with sustained military operations against Assad's regime, he should seek specific authority from Congress. Mr Assad's office said Damascus would respond by...

by · USA

Trump orders review of lifting sanctions against Iran - Tillerson

It is the first such notification under U.S. President Donald Trump. Iran and six world powers - Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the United States - reached an agreement on the Iranian n...

by · USA
Idaho searching for boy who vanished from his prom

Idaho searching for boy who vanished from his prom

According to the release, Imel may also be facing criminal charges for allegedly sequestering the teen and providing assistance in his runaway. The dogs followed his scent down Highway 12, which is ...

by · USA

Hear the chilling 911 calls made after Facebook killing

Pegan said it can cause things like sleep problems, or a loss of appetite. In a third video 11 minutes later, streamed live from Stephens's auto, he said he meant to kill others. He fled and the t...

by · USA

Steve Stephens dead: 'We have closure'

State police went to the restaurant and Stephens sped off until the crash, according to police. Yesterday, there were reports that Stephens was spotted in Philadelphia's Fairmount Park area, but p...

by · USA

Three Killed Near Downtown Fresno After Shooting Spree

The alleged shooter had expressed dislike of white people in multiple Facebook posts and all of the victims were white, Dyer noted. Dyer said yesterday's shooting spree began in downtown Fresno wh...

by · USA
School Gunman's Threats Taken as 'Cry for Attention'

School Gunman's Threats Taken as 'Cry for Attention'

Jonathan Martinez, 8, was airlifted to a hospital and died before entering surgery. The other student, a 9-year-old boy, was listed in stable condition. The gunman's "relatively short" marriage and hi...

by · USA
North Korean official says will continue missile tests, reports BBC

North Korean official says will continue missile tests, reports BBC

Kim Jong Un - the leader of a nation that has an economy smaller than Ethiopia - knows all too well he has no way to match the United States, South Korea, and Japan ship for ship, plane for plane i...

by · USA
Gov. Bentley praises halt of impeachment proceedings

Gov. Bentley praises halt of impeachment proceedings

Mrs. Bentley's suspicions that her husband was having an affair started when she learned Mason was spending the night in the pool house at the Governor's Mansion in Montgomery in September 2013....

by · USA

Prosecutors likely to toss thousands of tainted drug cases

There is no current public list of Farak cases, advocates said. The cases all involve a former state chemist who falsified evidence. Forget yesterday's news. "An employee as disloyal as Dookhan to s...

by · USA
Sessions expands program to combat crime on tribal lands

Sessions expands program to combat crime on tribal lands

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has painted himself as tough on crime , specifically drug use and illegal immigration. Attorney General Jeff Sessions yet again decried the consent decrees favored by...

by · USA
Four Daesh Commanders Killed In US Bombing On Achin

Four Daesh Commanders Killed In US Bombing On Achin

President Ashraf Ghani threw his support behind the bombardment, saying it was "designed to support the efforts of the Afghan National Security Forces and U.S. Mr Trump hailed the Achin mission as "ve...

by · USA

Inmate set to die Thursday seeks stay

Two more prisoners were put to death the next day in the same electric chair. Two other inmates are scheduled for execution on Tuesday. That ruling was overturned Monday afternoon by the U.S. She wa...

by · USA

Man killed 3 on street, says he 'hates white people'

Muhammad, 39, will face four counts of murder and two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, officials said. Police Chief Jerry Dyer said all the victims were white men. Right before officers arr...

by · USA
Former President George HW Bush hospitalized for 'mild case of pneumonia'

Former President George HW Bush hospitalized for 'mild case of pneumonia'

The cough turned out to be due to pneumonia, which has been treated and resolved, McGrath said. In January, he missed the inauguration of President Donald Trump during a 12-day hospitalization for sho...

by · USA
Alabama Governor Kay Ivey goes right to work on first day

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey goes right to work on first day

Questions swirling around the capitol Tuesday now that former Governor Robert Bentley is out of office and former Lt. Governor Kay Ivey is now the 45 Governor of the state of Alabama . But in Feb...

by · USA

'Facebook Killer' found dead after police chase

Based on that suspicion, Ducharme said he pulled the young woman who was working the front drive-thru window out and approached the suspect through the window with his supervisor. Tom Ducharme, owner ...

by · USA