Who marched in Boston? Faces and voices from the rally and counterprotest
NYPD union: Cops are victims of 'blue racism'
A Total Solar Eclipse Makes History as It Sweeps Across America
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.
Ten sailors missing after USS John S. McCain collides with oil tanker near Singapore
Ten sailors are missing after a U.S. warship collided with an oil tanker east of Singapore before dawn on Monday, tearing a hole beneath the waterline and flooding compartments that include a crew sleeping area, the U.S. Navy said.
Teen pleads guilty to lesser charge in Slender Man attack
MILWAUKEE (AP) ? One of two Wisconsin girls charged with repeatedly stabbing a classmate to impress the fictitious horror character Slender Man pleaded guilty Monday, but she still faces a trial in the case next month focused on her mental health.
Couple Who Engaged In Sexual Act Aboard Southwest Airlines Flight Questioned
Solar eclipse 2017: Aerial photos show staggering number of people gathering in Oregon to see event
Thousands of people have descended on Oregon to witness the total solar eclipse, with the state first to witness the ?line of totality? where the sun appears completely covered by the moon. Oregon State Police have been documenting the increase in traffic across Oregon since last week, showing aerial pictures of a 15-mile stretch of backed up traffic on Thursday as people travelled to the state to be ready for the eclipse. On Sunday aerial shots from Prineville Police Department showed the staggering size of the crowds gathered at the Symbiosis Gathering, also called the Oregon Eclipse Festival 2017, taking place on the Big Summit Prairie, and of the Oregon Star party.
Jake Tapper Schools Paul Ryan On How To Respond To Nazis And Bigots
'We're the victims,' says father of young Filipino shot dead in war on drugs
By Erik De Castro MANILA (Reuters) - Hundreds of neighbors and left-wing activists marched and lit candles near the spot where a 17-year-old high school student was shot dead by police last week in President Rodrigo Duterte's controversial war on drugs. Heavy rain did not stop people protesting against the death of Kian Loyd delos Santos, one of more than 90 people gunned down in the capital and two adjacent provinces in the last week. The 34th anniversary of the assassination of democracy icon Benigno Aquino, the husband of former president Corazon, also turned into a protest against the boy's death.