A former CIA officer allegedly had the real names of agents and operatives in a notebook found by the FBI in 2012.
The controversial former sheriff's remarks comes after President Donald Trump's crude remarks on African nations last week.
The decision sparked heated debate: Will it bolster the U.S. military's ability to deter threats, or make a nuclear war more likely?
"I still have her photo in my wallet."
The Department of Justice is considering criminally charging state and local officials for implementing or enforcing sanctuary policies—a move immigration advocates argue would be illegal.
"i've marked 16 jan as the day i survived another year from 1998," she tweeted.
Cities across America have cited health issues to institute bans on sharing food in public places, but activists say such laws contribute to a trend of criminalizing homelessness.
Killer smog in China has paralyzed some of its top cities in the past—so much so that its defense now includes the world’s biggest air purifier.
The galaxy cluster, featured in a Hubble Space Telescope photo, weighs in at three million billion suns.
A Navy spokesman told Newsweek the U.S. had successfully held the fort down, but its Romanian allies may be struggling against the livestock invasion.
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There is indeed evidence of an ancient ocean on Mars, but seashells and a sphinx? Not so much.
Researchers accomplished this feat for the first time and may never be able to do it again.
Tamar Morali could become the first Jewish Miss Germany.
“The entire principle of this should be fought - an NDA to stay quiet about this serial monster with over 140 accusers, but I would be absolutely honored to pay this fine for you, McKayla," Teigen tweeted.
The beloved R&B singer would have been 39 this year.