NYPD union: Cops are victims of 'blue racism'
Trump backs off Afghan withdrawal, lambasts Pakistan
"My instinct was to pull out," Trump said as he spoke of his frustration with a war that has killed thousands of US troops and cost US taxpayers trillions of dollars. While Trump refused to offer detailed troop numbers, senior White House officials said he had already authorized his defense secretary to deploy up to 3,900 more troops to Afghanistan.
U.S. Navy to launch fleet-wide probe as search for 10 missing sailors goes on
By Karishma Singh and Fathin Ungku SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Ships, aircraft and divers from an international search-and-rescue operation were still looking for 10 missing U.S. sailors on Tuesday after a collision between a U.S. warship and a merchant vessel in waters near Singapore and Malaysia. The USS John S. McCain and the tanker Alnic MC collided early on Monday while the guided-missile destroyer was nearing Singapore for a routine port call. The collision tore a hole in the warship's port side at the waterline, flooding compartments that included a crew sleeping area.
Northwestern Professor Murdered Boyfriend In Sex-Fantasy Gone Wrong, Prosecutor Says
How to watch a livestream of the solar eclipse
If cloud cover, work or geography stand in the way of witnessing Monday's solar eclipse, don't despair. There are plenty of other ways to bear witness to the first total solar eclipse to cross the North American continent in 99 years.
Couple Who Engaged In Sexual Act Aboard Southwest Airlines Flight Questioned
Taiwan Is Suffering From a Massive Brain Drain and the Main Beneficiary is China
Trump Administration Dissolves Federal Climate Advisory Committee
President Donald Trump?s administration has dissolved a federal panel of scientists and other experts tasked with helping create and implement new policy based on the latest climate change research findings. A spokeswoman for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which established the panel in 2015, confirmed Sunday that the Department of Commerce would not renew the charter for the Sustained National Climate Assessment?s Federal Advisory Committee.
Solar eclipse 2017: Curtain of darkness sweeps across America as country witnesses once-in-a-lifetime event
Crowds along the West Coast of the United States were awed by the eclipse of the sun, turning out in huge numbers to observe the celestial phenomenon. People massed in an arc across the western part of the country to witness the rare event, with large gatherings reported in multiple states that fall under the "path of totality" in which a total eclipse is visible. Spectators directly in the path of totality were treated to a rare sight, when the sun and moon align directly and the only visible portions of the sun were the solar flares that shoot out from the sun?s surface, visible only along the edges of the black circle created where the moon obscured the closest star to earth.
Vehicle rams into bus shelters in Marseille kills one