Social media was abuzz on Friday after Newsmax TV host John Cardillo noticed that the United States Navy’s official Twitter account featured an altered version of its logo with the bald eagle we
Documents pertaining to Grady Douglas Owens’ arrest were not immediately made available Thursday. Owens is scheduled to appear before U.S. Magistrate Judge Daniel Irick at 3 p.m.
‘I immediately knew it was not her,’ said Brasfield
U.S. corporations are facing pressure to oppose Republican election laws in Georgia and Texas that critics say disproportionately harm voters of color.
She made the claim while explaining why she voted against honoring police officers
The U.S. military mission is focused on training Iraqis for the fight against ISIS, allowing for withdrawal of U.S. combat troops, the two countries say.
Surveillance video footage released by Border Patrol showed the moment a human smuggler dropped the sisters, aged 3 and 5, over the 14-foot high border wall in New Mexico last Tuesday.
The kneeling ban for athletes at the U.S. Olympic trials is over. The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee has decided it will NOT punish athletes who take a knee -- or engage in any other sort of peaceful protest -- at the Olympic trials. In
Authors Tom K. Wong, Gabriel De Roche, and Jesus Rojas Venzor dispel myths about what’s happening at the U.S. southern border.
U.S. oil futures finished modestly lower on Thursday, pressured as rising cases of COVID-19 threatened to slow global economies, and demand for energy. Traders also looked for any signs of progress toward a U.S.-Iran nuclear deal that would likely lead to more oil in the world market. West Texas Intermediate crude for May delivery fell by 17 cents, or 0.3%, to settle at $59.60 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.