Saudi Airstrike On Wedding Party In Yemen Kills 15 By
The war on Yemen has killed more than 4,000 people, leaving the Arab world's poorest country in the grip of a humanitarian crisis and on the brink of famine.
South Dakota Tribe To Open Nation’s 1st Marijuana Resort By
Many tribes are hesitant to jump into the pot business. And not everyone in Flandreau, about 45 miles north of Sioux Falls, believes in the project. But the profit potential has attracted the interest of many other tribes, just as the debut of slot machines and table games
Minnesota Police Departments Lost Their Bid Monday To Classify Most Body-Camera Footage As Private By
Officials claim they have no authority to make body cam video private.
FBI Will Begin Collecting And Publicizing Information About Police Shootings Of Civilians By
Federal law enforcement officials have acknowledged in the last year a lack of reliable data about how often police officers use force in the line of duty.
Shell Says It Will Abandon Oil Exploration In Alaska Arctic By
In midday trading in London, Shell’s share price was down 1.7 percent in a weak overall market after opening on news that the company will cease exploration in the Alaska Arctic. But an industry analyst told The Wall Street Journal he believes Shell’s investors
Saudi Arabia Accused Of Neglect Over Deadly Disaster At Hajj By
Huge numbers of pilgrims alone do not explain recurrence of fatal accidents – state must take blame for poor planning and incompetence.
Washington Marijuana Legalization Side Effect: 3 Teens Face 5 Years In Jail For Possession By
A prosecutor in southeastern Washington has charged three teens with felonies for marijuana possession, saying a new law demands the higher level of offense.
US To Accept 85,000 Refugees In 2016, 100,000 In 2017 By
"This step is in keeping with America's best tradition as a land of second chances and a beacon of hope."
GOP Candidate Carson: Muslim Shouldn’t Be Elected President By
Carson, a devout Christian, says a president's faith should matter to voters if it runs counter to the values and principles of America.
FACT CHECK: Republican Debate Features Inflated Claims By
TRUMP: "I'm in favor of vaccines, do them over a longer period of time, same amount, but just in little sections and I think you're going to see a big impact on autism."