Gaps in the U.S. chain of command may have doomed four Green Berets of Operational Detachment-Alpha Team 3212.
The lure of "merit" is clear: When choosing individuals for some reward, it may seem natural to prefer those who can claim to deserve it most.
A puppy traveling from Virginia to Idaho got a tour of the country when Delta Air Lines rerouted it.
Drunk driver will walk free on 2 April after serving 180 days for each person he killed.
The attack in Tokyo's subway killed 13 people and injured 6,000 others.
It's the interview a lot of folks are eagerly awaiting.
Flynn returned to stump for the long shot Republican opponent of Maxine Waters.
Pompeo's leadership in communicating with Pyongyang also reveals a dwindling role of the State Department.
"I hope it's a trap and y'all get shot we know it's fixing to be nothing but black people walkin out anyway."
New Netflix series "Flint Town" follows the Flint Police Department, humanizing its officers, but also revealing the limitations of policing an impoverished community oppressed by government corruption.
But her arrest for running sex workshops without a Thai work permit evidently hasn't halted her marketing drive.
The "Pharma Bro" will also have to forfeit a supposed Lil Wayne album and a Picasso.
Declassified intelligence agency files show that New Zealand's security services covered up an assassination attempt on Queen Elizabeth II in 1981.
The boy brandished what appeared to be an assault rifle and sent the video to fellow students at his high school.
"If someone kills one of our children, we will kill them," Pennsylvania State Senator Scott Wagner said Monday.
In a 5-3 decision, the Supreme Court has said that detained immigrants don't have the right to periodic bail hearings.
A self-appointed "sex guru" who wanted to challenge President Vladimir Putin was among those detained.
The axis of Russia, Iran and Syria faced attacks from Turkey in Afrin and Western pressure to cease bombing rebels in eastern Ghouta.
A dad who owed more than half a million dollars was eventually captured in Canada due to a cherry.