After months of negotiations could not secure an interview with President Donald Trump, special counsel Robert Mueller warned the president’s lawyers in March that he could use a grand jury subpoena if necessary to compel his testimony.
The Palm Beach Gardens Police Department's first homicide investigation of 2018 opened in late January - rather early in the year, considering that Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., is basically a live-in golf course of 50,000 people, where the annual murder count rarely cracks one.
The threat of countertariffs on U.S. farm goods and the impact of President Donald Trump’s other policies on immigration and biofuels, though, have some farmers more worried than ever about their ability to continue eking out an existence in agriculture.
New details from Iranian nuclear documents stolen by Israeli spies early this year show that Tehran obtained explicit weapons-design information and was on the cusp of mastering key bombmaking technologies when the research was ordered halted 15 years ago.
An unlikely speaker took the podium last month at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory in Maryland to honor the life of one of the 17 sailors killed last year in two separate Navy destroyer collisions. Cmdr. Bryce Benson, the most senior officer to face criminal charges for the collision.
Officials said last week that the Air Force paid about $10,000 each to replace toilet seat covers on the C-5 Galaxy, a Vietnam-era military cargo plane that is still in service, at least three times and as recently as last year.
Syrian government forces unleashed hundreds of missiles on a rebel-held area near the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights on Sunday, activists said, the latest phase in an offensive to clear southern Syria of insurgents.
The Justice Department on Friday filed a plan to reunify more than 2,500 children ages 5 and older by a court-imposed deadline of July 26 using “truncated” procedures that the Trump administration said puts children at significant safety risk but is needed to meet the deadline.
The video, which has gone viral since it was released Friday, shows the aftermath of a small battle that occurred between Afghan special forces and bodyguards for a police chief in Faryab who was arrested after he threatened to kill government officials.
As Abdul-Basir visited the Ministry of Interior, an ambulance packed with explosives killed him and about 100 other people. The former refugee's death is among the toll of civilians killed in the first half of 2018, which is more than any other six-month period since recording began 10 years ago.
With prayers and other events, Turkey on Sunday commemorated the second anniversary of the thwarting of a coup against the Turkish president and the government that left nearly 290 people dead and hundreds wounded.