Austin Bombings Suspect Blows Himself Up As SWAT Team Closes In
The police confirmed in a press conference on Wednesday, the suspect in the Austin bombings case died when he detonated a bomb inside his own vehicle.
Austin Suspect ID'd as Mark Anthony Conditt
Kidnapped Dapchi schoolgirls freed in Nigeria
The majority of the 110 Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped by militants in the town of Dapchi last month have been returned, the government says.
Surgeon David Nott: Hack led to Syria air strike
A British surgeon who helped Syrian doctors online has told the Telegraph he fears his computer was hacked, leading to an air strike on a hospital.
Israel Finally Owns Responsibility For Syrian Nuclear Facility Bombing, After a Decade
After almost a decade-long silence, Israel has acknowledged that its air force was responsible for blowing up the Syrian nuclear reactor called Al Kibar in the area of Deir Ezzor in September 2007.
NHS pay: Unions agree deal for 1.3 million staff
More than one million NHS staff, including nurses, porters and paramedics, are being offered increases of at least 6.5% over three years - with some getting as much as 29%.
Zimbabwe Grants Some Prisoners Amnesty as Jails Overcrowded
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa ordered an amnesty for prisoners including women who’re not serving life sentences and juveniles, potentially easing overcrowding in the southern African nation’s jails.
Senate Scuttles Yemen Measure as Saudi Prince Meets With Trump
The Senate scuttled a resolution opposed by the Trump administration that called on the U.S. military to stop aiding US-Saudi bombing in Yemen, acting the same day President Donald Trump and top lawmakers met with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Saudi Arms Buyers Won a $3.5 Billion Discount From the Pentagon
President Donald Trump says the Saudis are a “big purchaser” of American arms. A $3.5 billion discount they won from the Pentagon last year in buying an anti-missile system for $15 billion shows they’re also adept at tapping into the Pentagon’s generosity.
Trump EPA Plans New Restrictions on Science Used in Rule Making
The Environmental Protection Agency is preparing to restrict the scientific studies it uses to develop and justify regulations, making it harder to rely on research when its underlying data are shielded from view.
A Holocaust denier and former Nazi Party leader just became the Republican nominee for Congress in Chicago
Arthur Jones, a prolific Holocaust denier and former American Nazi Party leader, officially clinched the Republican Party nomination in Illinois' 3rd Congressional district in the suburbs of Chicago, CNN reported.
Justine Damond shooting: US policeman charged with murder
US prosecutors have laid a murder charge against a policeman who shot and killed an unarmed Australian woman.
Teacher who called military 'lowest of low' is fired
A Southern California teacher and councilman who sparked national outcry after saying that American troops are "the lowest of our low" was fired Tuesday evening.