Vice President Mike Pence will be the featured speaker at the Republican Jewish Coalition’s annual meeting Friday in Las Vegas.
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The warden of a Delaware prison where inmates staged an uprising and hostage taking in which a prison guard was killed has been placed on leave.
Three of Washington’s best-known monuments were defaced with graffiti over the Presidents Day weekend, the third major vandalism of memorials in the U.S. capital since 2013, a National Park Service spokesman said Tuesday.
Al Lunceford, 74, wants people to largely hold themselves accountable for their success or failure. Too often, he says, people lack the desire or dedication or discipline to succeed.
Just two days after President Donald Trump provoked widespread consternation by seeming to imply, incorrectly, that immigrants had perpetrated a recent spate of violence in Sweden, riots broke out in a predominantly immigrant neighborhood in the northern suburbs of Sweden’s capital, Stockholm.
As cemetery groundskeepers received an “outpouring of support from across the United States” with people volunteering to help with repairs, a new wave of bomb threats were directed against Jewish Community Centers in multiple states.
The National Zoo in Washington is saying a final goodbye to its panda cub Bao Bao. The zoo is packing up the American-born panda for a one-way flight Tuesday to China.
Monday morning’s shootout killed one officer, sent another officer and the suspected gunman to the hospital and left a Los Angeles suburb in shock.
Scores of bodies of African migrants washed ashore in Libya, in the western city of Zawiya on the Mediterranean Sea, a spokesman for the Libyan Red Crescent said on Tuesday.
Richard Schickel, the longtime film critic for Time who also wrote 37 books, mostly on film, and directed a number of documentaries on film subjects, died on Saturday in Los Angeles of complications from a series of strokes. He was 84.