Portland stabbing victims hailed as heroes
Full Clapper: 'My Dashboard Warning Light Was Clearly On' Over Trump Campaign's Russia Communications
Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper tells Chuck Todd that he was "very concerned about the nature" of approaches between the Trump campaign and Russian agents during the 2016 elections
JFK?s family reflects on his 100th birthday
Full Kelly Interview: ?Every Single Day? Terrorists Are Plotting Against U.S.
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly joins Meet the Press to talk about reports that White House Adviser Jared Kushner tried to set up a secret Russia backchannel, and why he believes intelligence leaks are ?darn close to treason.?
6.6-magnitude quake hits Indonesia's Sulawesi
A shallow, 6.6-magnitude earthquake hit inland on the central Indonesian island of Sulawesi Monday, US seismologists said, causing people to panic but there were no immediate reports of casualties or damage. Muhammad Guntur, who lives on the outskirts of the town, said it was felt strongly. A hotel worker in Poso also said that people panicked when the quake struck but that things had returned to normal there.
Eight People, Including Sheriff?s Deputy, Dead in Mississippi Shooting
US will step up air strikes to 'annihilate' Isis and citizen casualties are inevitable, warns Defence Secretary
Pentagon chief James Mattis has said that the US is ?accelerating the tempo? of the fight against Isis, and that civilian deaths should be anticipated as a ?fact of life?. While US forces operating in Syria and Iraq do ?do everything humanly possible? to prevent the loss of innocent life, ?Civilian casualties are a fact of life in this sort of situation,? General Mattis told CBS? Face the Nation on Sunday. The interview comes after new figures from war monitor the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights found that the last four-week period was the deadliest for Syrian civilians on record since the US-led coalition bombing campaign began in 2014.
Thousands protest against Moscow housing resettlement, but numbers fall
Thousands of Muscovites protested in the south-west of the Russian capital on Sunday against government plans to resettle millions of citizens from shoddy Soviet-era apartment blocks, but numbers had fallen compared to earlier rallies. A Reuters witness said around 5,000 people attended the latest rally, compared to organizers' estimates of 60,000 at a protest on May 14. Moscow residents are also concerned about the location and quality of the planned new accommodation, a lack of services and infrastructure and about threats the redevelopment may pose to the historic face of the Russian capital.
Young Boy Thrown Off Slide At Dublin's New Water Park
Trump returns from foreign trip to familiar role: Tweeter in chief