Allies “don't treat each other with such brutality, such unpredictability, a major partner like France," French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said. "So there really is a crisis.”
The six Palestinians who broke free on Sept. 6 had tunneled a hole through their prison cell.
An initiative that would legalize magic mushrooms was recently approved for signature-gathering.
The SpaceX capsule parachuted into the ocean just before sunset, not far from where their chartered flight began three days earlier.
An attorney for the 17-year-old arrested by police compared his alleged beating to that of Rodney King.
The government agency overseeing the rebuild is maintaining President Emmanuel Macron’s goal of allowing visitors back inside in 2024.
A special master will take questions from the election review contractors and provide information they say is needed from county routers.
By Monday morning, U.S. Customs and Border Protection plans to have at least 400 agents and officers in the Del Rio area and it is prepared to send more.
"I lost ten members of our family and the U.S. should pay," said Emal Ahmadi, whose daughter Malika was among seven children killed in the August 29 blast.
Afghan journalists have to strike what may be an impossible balance: Appearing in public and on air to report without provoking the ire of the Taliban.
Top cops say the U.S. Capitol and the D.C. Metropolitan Police departments are prepared to prevent a repeat of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot Saturday.
The Russian government is increasingly pressuring American technology companies to take down content from their platforms with threats of fines, throttling and