The Department of Justice announced the arrests of U.S. Army National Guard Soldier Hasan Edmonds, 22, and his cousin Jonas Edmonds, 29, on Thursday.
The U.S. will keep 9,800 troops in Afghanistan through the end of 2015 rather than reducing the number to 5,500 troops as originally planned, the president announced Tuesday.
Southwest Airlines said the shirt – promoting the Comedy Central TV show Broad City – was offensive. But the student refused to remove it, citing freedom of speech.
The Colorado pre-teen has been detained in a juvenile center with two counts of attempted first-degree murder.
About 100 U.S. Special Operations Forces are evacuating from Yemen after al-Qaeda seizes the city of al-Houta and ISIS attacks kill 126 in Sanaa.
Notorious killer Ward Weaver III was among those falsely reported as released. A technological glitch is responsible for the erroneous notifications.
Apparently he’s planning a 3D sequel.
A spokesperson for Comedy Central said that the jokes, told by comedians Jeff Ross and Pete Davidson, crossed the line and won’t air.
The snow-geese are suspected to have died from avian cholera. The disease comes on quickly and can kill birds in midflight.
A superintendent of a New Jersey school district called the practice “disturbing.”
“If this is your idea of a joke, then you belong in a Woody Allen film because I’m not laughing.”
If convicted, both girls — who were each 12 at the time of the attack — face up to 65 years in prison.
“I do a million of these a day, so just give me five.”
The University of Maryland’s president has called the letter, from a Kappa Sigma Fraternity member, “reprehensible to our campus community.”
The message was released Thursday in an audiotape, purportedly from Islamic State spokesman Mohammed al-Adnani.
Stewart called out those blaming rap music for the n-word. “That word predates rap,” Stewart said. “And probably folk. And thought.”
Apparently, Breaking Bad is just a TV show and that house belongs to a nice woman who is not in fact Walter White. “Let me tell you, there is nothing original or funny or cool about throwing a pizza on this lady’s roof,” said the show’s creator Vince Gilligan.
Thousands gathered in Alabama on Saturday to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the march on Selma. President Obama and Martin Luther King Jr’s descendants were among those attending.
The demonstrations came Wednesday night after a Justice Department civil rights investigation found a pattern of racial bias and unconstitutional use of force among Ferguson police officers. Police on Thursday wouldn’t disclose the charges of those arrested, saying the information was “private.”
The University of Michigan fraternity partied at the Treetops Resort in northern Michigan in January. The resort now says that the frat is refusing to pay for the damages.