Social Worker Facing Termination For Helping 7-Year-Old Girl After Her Case Was Closed July 2, 2015
A northern Kentucky social worker is facing possible termination by her employer after she says she helped a neglected and abused 7-year-old girl.
Police Officer Shooting At Dog Hits Nearby Toddler, Leaves ‘Without Offering Help’ By AP
The family's attorney says ""There was absolutely no reason for him to shoot. He was within 10 (or) 12 feet of the children."
Teacher Fired For Stepping On American Flag During Free Speech Lesson By AP
The Downstate school board voted to dismiss the teacher over the incident in May.
Oklahoma Supreme Court Rules 10 Commandments Must Be Removed From State Capitol By AP
The court said the Ten Commandments chiseled into the 6-foot-tall granite monument, which was privately funded by a Republican legislator, are "obviously religious in nature and are an integral part of the Jewish and Christian faiths."
O’Malley: ISIS Is A Result Of America’s ‘Mindless Rush To War’ By AP
"No threat probably better illustrates the unintended consequences of a mindless rush to war — and a lack of understanding — than the emergence of ISIS," O'Malley said in his first foreign policy address as a presidential candidate
Third Terrorist Attack Against Shia Minority Raises Spectre Of Unrest In Wealthy Gulf Countries By AP
Here's a look at the attacks on Shiite mosques that the group, which calls itself Najd Province — a reference to the historic region of the central Arabian Peninsula where the Saudi capital Riyadh is located — claims was its work.
Abstinence-Only Advocate Bristol Palin Pregnant With Second Child Out-Of-Wedlock By AP
"I know this has been, and will be, a huge disappointment to my family, to my close friends, and to many of you."
Univision Drops Miss USA Pageant Following “Insulting Remarks About Mexican Immigrants” By Donald Trump By AP
In an interview scheduled to air Sunday on Telemundo's "Enfoque con José Díaz-Balart," Trump said that "many bad people are coming in" from Mexico and elsewhere.
Massive Anti-Uber Riots In Paris, Drivers Targeted With Violence By AP
France's top security official said he had ordered an immediate ban on unlicensed services like UberPop in the Paris region but called for an end to violence against the service's drivers.