Amnesty International has launched a campaign to highlight abductions in Syria.
The survey followed the violence in Charlottesville and President Donald Trump's blaming of "both sides."
The B61-12 is planned to be the first U.S. precision-guided atomic bomb and is intended to minimize collateral damage.
To date, nearly 2,000 wounded Syrians have been treated at the Galilee Medical Center, writes CEO Masad Barhoum.
An August 15 executive order revoked an Obama directive regarding planning for flood risk.
"For an administration that has talked about caring about creating good jobs related to infrastructure, it's a complete contradiction between the stated policy versus the actual policy."
A U.K.-based monitor says U.S.-led efforts against ISIS have resulted in more civilian casualties during the seven months of the Trump administration than during 29 months under Obama.
A conservative news site suggested that the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville was staged by leading Democrats.
Soldiers, security experts, diplomats and right-wing outlet Breitbart pan president's plan for Afghanistan.
Ellen DeGeneres's Oscars "selfie" among the most popular tweets of all-time.
The security services made clear to Trump that the white supremacist movement posed a threat of violent attacks.
President George W. Bush's approval rating also skyrocketed after launching the Iraq War in 2003.
Sidney Blumenthal writes that HBO should base its what-if history "Confederate" on what really happened
Dismissing accusations that Putin's shirtless photos were propaganda, a Russian state TV show called out Trump, Obama and Justin Trudeau.
The West needs to keep diplomatic, economic and cultural relations with Russia, but it must be wary of embassies becoming nests for hostile intelligence activity.
Ranchers and tribal leaders alike are taking a stand against Secretary Zinke's rollbacks.
Trump's approval/disapproval ratings are nearly the exact opposite of Obama's ratings in August 2009.
The report was highly critical of two contractors and followed recent embarrassment over spending on the wrong type of camouflage.
"The memo is less insane than one would have guessed," says a former Obama administration communications director.
"President Trump will not handle his congress," one Russian senator warned, while another said Trump was "forced" to mimic Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.