For captured ISIS fighters in Iraq, justice is swift and conviction certain
Yahoo News gets a rare look inside the courtroom where captured ISIS fighters are being tried in Iraq. The trials last about 20 minutes, convictions are virtually certain, and a lenient sentence is 15 years.
Former press secretary shares heartbreaking memory of how Obama broke down over Sandy Hook shooting
On the fifth anniversary of the deadly massacre that took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School, former President Barack Obama's press secretary took to social media to remember the aftermath of the attack.
Joe Biden Says He Wishes He Had 'Been Able To Do More For Anita Hill'
Haley displays missile as evidence Iran is violating UN resolutions
The Trump administration accused Iran of violating United Nations resolutions, unveiling what officials said was proof that Iran is exporting missiles and other military hardware to a rebel group in Yemen.
Trump's Statement On Redundancy Is Hilariously Redundant
Right-Wing Conspiracy Theory About Alabama Election Gets A Brutal Reality Check
Hours after Doug Jones upset Roy Moore in Alabama?s special election, the far right began cooking up conspiracy theories about busloads of voters being brought in from out-of-state: I am hearing rumors that black voters from MS were encouraged to cross over into AL and vote.
North Korean 'ghost ship' washes up on shores of Japan as problem grows
Schumer pursuing legal options over fake harassment document
Family of 5-year-old boy shot in Texas church massacre ask public to send him Christmas cards
The family of a five-year-old boy who was injured last month in a bloody Texas church shooting is appealing to the public to help them bring a bit of holiday cheer to the boy this Christmas. Ryland Ward, who was shot five times in the First Baptist Church last month, is still in the hospital after the shooting. ?You got so many nice people that are sending a card and a dollar to Ryland,? Sandy Ward, his grandmother, told local news.
Twitter users tell FCC chair Ajit Pai to 'kill himself' after net neutrality vote
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai is facing backlash online after the government agency voted Thursday to repeal landmark Obama-era rules that were designed to ensuring a free and open internet, setting up a court fight over a move that could recast the digital landscape The plan had not been popular leading up to the vote, with at least one poll from the University of Maryland finding more than 80 percent of respondents opposed the proposed repeal of net neutrality rules ahead of the vote.