Trump Is On The Verge Of Politicizing The Census, Advocates Say
President Donald Trump is reportedly leaning toward tapping an academic for the No. 2 position at the U.S. Census Bureau, a decision that has alarmed advocates who say the pick lacks adequate management experience for a massive operational role and has political views that would undermine the credibility of the agency.
David Cassidy dead at 67
Anita Hill: Joe Biden's Apology Is 'Not Enough'
Anita Hill said former Vice President Joe Biden?s recent apology for his handling of her 1991 Senate testimony against then-Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas is ?not enough? to make up for his failure at the time ?to show leadership on this issue on behalf of women?s equality.?
Exonerated Baltimore man: $15 million verdict brings justice
BALTIMORE (AP) ? Sabein Burgess spent nearly two decades behind bars for a murder he always insisted he had nothing to do with. Now, a federal jury has given final vindication to the wrongfully convicted man by awarding him $15 million in his lawsuit against the Baltimore Police Department and two detectives.
Man who claims Earth is flat says he'll prove his belief by taking flight in a DIY rocket
Argentine submarine latest: Hope for missing crew dwindles as ?seven-day oxygen supply likely runs out?
The search for a missing Argentine submarine with a crew of 44 has entered a ?critical phase?, authorities have said, as the seven-day oxygen supply was due to run out today. The ARA San Juan went missing on 15 November while it was travelling from the extreme southern port of Ushuaia to the city of Mar del Plata, about 250 miles southeast of Buenos Aires. The last known communications with the submarine were two calls - one to report a routine battery fault, while the other call has not been disclosed by the Argentine Navy.
Police Storm Detention Center As Australia Slammed Over 'Humanitarian Crisis'
Senator Seeks Answers on US Attorney Firing
U.S. diplomats accuse Tillerson of breaking child soldiers law
By Jason Szep and Matt Spetalnick WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A group of about a dozen U.S. State Department officials have taken the unusual step of formally accusing Secretary of State Rex Tillerson of violating a federal law designed to stop foreign militaries from enlisting child soldiers, according to internal documents reviewed by Reuters. A confidential State Department ?dissent? memo, which Reuters was first to report on, said Tillerson breached the Child Soldiers Prevention Act when he decided in June to exclude Iraq, Myanmar, and Afghanistan from a U.S. list of offenders in the use of child soldiers.
Trump defends Roy Moore: 'He totally denies it'