“I have a lot of faith in the American people,” President Obama said during a news conference on Tuesday, explaining why he does not believe Donald Trump will be elected president.
“Frisco is the upper echelon of thugness.”
The 7-month-old German shepherd puppy was given to honor Diesel, the police dog killed during the search for suspects following the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks in Paris.
At least 22 people are dead after two boats traveling from Turkey to Greece sank overnight, Greek officials said.
“Here’s to those who wish us well … “
“The people of Charleston deserve swift and immediate removal of that flag from these grounds,” said Republican Jenny Horne, who is a descendant of Jefferson Davis, the Confederate president.
Syria, Iran, Sudan, remain on the list of state sponsors of terrorism.
The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office said on Friday it will not pursue charges against the famous producer following a complaint that he allegedly groped a 22-year-old Italian model.
An estimated one million people will show up in New York’s Times Square Wednesday to ring in 2015. Join the festivities without having to brave the cold and the crowds. Live video begins at 6 p.m. ET.
A wake was held Friday for Officer Rafael Ramos, one of two New York City officers shot to death in their squad car last week.
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“They were, quite simply, assassinated,” said NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton, of the two officers shot in their patrol car Saturday in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn. Police said the gunman, Ismaaiyl Brinsley, who shot his ex-girlfriend earlier in the day in Baltimore County, also killed himself.
President Obama will speak at noon Wednesday on the U.S. plan to normalize relations with Cuba.
Demonstrators kicked off a seven-day, 120-mile march from the Canfield Green apartments in Ferguson, where Michael Brown was killed, to the Governor’s Mansion in Jefferson City, Missouri. The march was organized by the NAACP.
The Ferguson police officer who fatally shot Michael Brown resigned from the department effective immediately. ” It is my hope that my resignation will allow the community to heal,” he said in the resignation letter published Saturday.
President Obama is delivering a televised speech on immigration Thursday at 8 p.m. ET.
Gov. Jay Nixon said the National Guard will support law enforcement in the event of “unrest that might occur following the grand jury’s decision concerning the investigation into the death of Michael Brown.” The St. Louis County prosecutor has said an announcement will be made later this month.
The GOP picks up seats, holds on to key governors’ races, and winning governors’ races in some blue states.
Four nurses from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital talked to 60 Minutes about what it was like to treat Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan. “We held his hand and talked to him and comforted him because his family couldn’t be there.”
Senior administration officials discuss the response to the Ebola epidemic in West Africa that has killed more than 3,400 people.