The 'body politic' rejects Donald Trump
High-Speed Police Chases Under Scrutiny in Florida
Two dead, six injured in Finland stabbing spree
Police shot and wounded a suspect after a stabbing spree in which a man killed two people and wounded six others in the Finnish city of Turku. Within hours of the attack on Friday the force had announced increased police patrols across the country. Two dead and six injured," Turku police tweeted after the assault in a market square.
Bannon Declares War on Trump, Says 'That Presidency is Over'
Researchers find wreckage of WWII-era USS Indianapolis
WASHINGTON (AP) ? Civilian researchers say they have located the wreck of the USS Indianapolis, the World War II heavy cruiser that played a critical role in the atomic bombing of Hiroshima before being struck by Japanese torpedoes.
No Human Remains Found In Search For Natalee Holloway: Prosecutor
Dave Holloway, father of missing Alabama teen Natalee Holloway, said on national television this week that he found human bones in Aruba, where his daughter vanished a dozen years ago, and submitted them for DNA testing.
As cities rush to remove Confederate symbols after Charlottesville activists in Hollywood, Florida fear violence
In a small city in south Florida, a relatively quiet effort to simply remove street signs bearing Confederate names has felt the reverberations caused by the bloody events in Charlottesville last weekend - and it has activists worried. Just fifty miles south of the President Donald Trump?s Mar-a-Lago resort, activists and community leaders in Hollywood, Florida say that they?re finally on the brink of victory in their years-long effort to rename three streets that bear the names of Confederate generals - just as many other communities across the country are considering their own Confederate monuments. Activists say a previous protest over renaming the signs attracted a lot of faces they now are seeing pop up in pictures from the Virginia white supremacy rally.
Muslims fear anti-Islam backlash in tolerant Barcelona
Prayer time is approaching but Raja Miah, an imam at a tiny mosque in the heart of Barcelona does not expect a big turnout. Since the twin attacks in Barcelona and the nearby seaside resort of Cambrils claimed by the Islamic State group, the Muslim community in central Barcelona's neighbourhood of Raval fears an anti-Islam backlash. "People are very scared," said Miah, 23, as he sat in a small room at the mosque in Raval as a small group of children in an adjoining room studied the Koran.
One Day, Many Years From Now, Total Solar Eclipses Will No Longer Be Possible
?Alt-right? figure who set up Assange meeting refuses to cooperate with Senate intel probe