Protesters taunt police on Chicago streets amid anger over teen killing
CHICAGO — Angry protesters hit the streets and taunted police for a second night following the release of a dramatic video showing a white Chicago police officer fatally shooting a black teenager in a hail of 16 bullets. The mood in some neighborhoods ...
Chicago calm a day after release of video of police shooting teenager
Charges dropped against protest leader accused of striking cop during Loop march
Why did authorities say Laquan McDonald lunged at Chicago police officers?
A Thanksgiving tradition for the birds
The Washington elite are gathered in the sunbathed White House Rose Garden on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, ready to witness another white male receive special recognition after a lifetime of preferential treatment. His name is Abe, and he is a ...
Obama pardons TOTUS — the Turkey of the United States
First Daughters Gobble Up President Obama's Jokes at Turkey Pardon
Obama grants reprieve to turkeys 'Honest' and 'Abe'
NATO survived Cold War, but downed Russian jet provides biggest threat
Washington (CNN) The cool, calm, clear thinking that kept the NATO alliance intact as it weathered the Cold War with the Soviet Union has been shattered. Decades of careful diplomacy and nail-biting inaction during the potentially world-annihilating ...
Russia and Turkey refuse to back down in row over jet downing
Range of Frustrations Reached Boil as Turkey Shot Down Russian Jet
The Turkish Wild Card in Syria That Russia and U.S. Both Need
New York Times
Former NFL Player Frank Gifford Suffered From CTE, Says Family
Former NFL Hall of Famer and sportscaster Frank Gifford had signs of the progressive degenerative disease Chronic Traumatic Encephalopahty (CTE), according to a statement from his family today. Gifford, 84, died on Aug. 9 at his Connecticut home.
Frank Gifford's family says he had degenerative brain disease
Goodell releases statement following Gifford CTE disclosure
Frank Gifford Had Trauma-Related Brain Disorder, Family Announces
Human error led to deadly US strike on Afghan hospital: military
WASHINGTON A U.S. investigation found that the deadly Oct. 3 air strike in Afghanistan that destroyed a hospital run by Medecins Sans Frontieres was a tragic and avoidable accident caused primarily by human error, a top U.S. military commander said on ...
MSF Director Unsatisfied With Pentagon's 'Admission Of Gross Negligence'
US cites errors and technical failures in report on Afghan hospital attack
Tragedy of Errors: DOD says US misidentified target in striking charity's ...