A Navy corpsman on Tuesday shot two other service members, wounding one of them critically, at a Maryland business park before traveling to a nearby Army base where he was shot and killed, police said.
A federal appeals court has unanimously ruled that a Washington school district did not violate the religious and free speech rights of former Bremerton, Washington, former high school football coach Joe Kennedy when it fired him in 2015.
And the Biden administration has resumed diplomatic relations with Palestine. The move signals support for a two-state solution. The administration also restored aid to the U.N. Relief and Works Agency, which exists to support Palestinian refugees.
World leaders condemn violence in the U.S. capitol as President Trump promises an “orderly transition” of power on January 20th, the Associated Press reports. Nonetheless, a state of emergency remains in effect in Washington, D.C. through Inauguration Day.
Congress certified President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris’ victory early on Thursday, the end of a long day and night marked by chaos and violence in Washington, D.C. Extremists emboldened by President Trump had sought to thwart the peaceful transfer of power that […]
The head of the World Food Program believes that 2021 could see “famines of biblical proportions” as the economic struggles of COVID-19 may hamper global responses to food shortages caused by military conflicts, the rise of Islamic extremism and locust infestations.
Texas announced Saturday that it has parted ways with football coach Tom Herman after four seasons before announcing later in the day that it has hired Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian as his replacement.
The leader of the controversial far-right group Proud Boys visited the White House on Saturday as thousands of Trump supporters gathered in front of the Supreme Court to protest its decision not to overturn the election results.