- U.S. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., delivered speech Monday night at the National Constitution Center Liberty Medal ceremony that seemed to criticize politicians that are now supporting new isolationist politics.
- They say a picture is worth a thousand words which is true if you\'re looking at great picture.
- An Atlanta woman was charged with murder after she allegedly put her two young sons in an oven and turned it on sometime between Thursday and Friday last week.
- Two Serbian students have appeared before a court over the street protests last April against the election triumph of President Aleksandar Vucic.
- Election authorities say Liberia\'s presidential runoff will take place Nov. 7.
- Authorities say a 325-pound (150-kilogram) woman is charged with killing a 9-year-old girl by sitting on the child as punishment.
- Turkey\'s president was in Poland on Tuesday for talks on international security and on his policies at home.
- Jane Fonda made it clear she is not proud of America.
- Romania\'s parliament has voted to let a former minister named in a corruption probe keep her parliamentary privilege against prosecution.
- Hundreds of contractors holding important information security jobs at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have for years been working as high-level operators of its computer systems without the appropriate security background checks — a situation the agency is still scrambling to correct.
Brownsville is unexpectedly having to look for a new city manager following the abrupt retirement of Charlie Cabler last week. Cabler’s sudden retirement comes shortly after the release of an audit committee report which revealed irregularities in the Brownsville Fire Department’s handling of 9-1-1 calls. The audit report states former fire chief Carlos Elizondo and […]
(AP) – With a single tweet, actress Alyssa Milano has motivated thousands of women to tell their stories of rape, sexual assault and harassment on social media. On Sunday night, she suggested on Twitter that women use the hashtag “Me Too” to indicate their status and they did just that in droves. Some shared details […]
(AP) – Thousands of civilians are streaming back to Kirkuk, a day after fleeing as Iraqi troops pushed Kurdish forces out of the disputed oil-rich city. The civilians were heading back on Tuesday, driving along a main highway to the city’s east. The Kurdish peshmerga forces had built an earthen berm along the highway, reinforced […]