A suicide bomber targeted Afghan security personnel trying to collect their salaries before a major Muslim holiday.
The now-fired officer faces a separate trial in August for charges of sexual assault.
“The new American jab will not go without reaction from our side,” Russia’s deputy foreign minister said Wednesday.
The suspect reportedly shouted “Allahu akbar,” leading authorities to believe the incident was terrorism-related.
The move signals escalating tension in the region between U.S.-backed forces and those loyal to the Assad regime.
The family of Michael Brown will receive an undisclosed settlement from the City of Ferguson.
Less than a week after killing 31 people at a restaurant in Mogadishu, the group has waged another attack on a government building in Somalia's capital.
A video previously seen by the jury shows what happened in the moments leading up to the shooting.
A conservative data firm is responsible for revealing sensitive information pertaining to nearly 200 million registered voters.
Monday’s dialogue focused on setting priorities and a timetable for the U.K.’s impending departure.
At a Monday news conference, the nation’s foreign minister called the latest deal “a grotesque spectacle straight from the Cold War.”
Locals have criticized Prime Minister Theresa May for failing to issue a timely and heartfelt response.
Authorities uncovered words like “death,” “decease,” and “end” on the wall of the suspect’s room.
The Japanese Coast Guard is searching for several missing crew members of the U.S.S. Fitzgerald.
Obama's attempt to grant amnesty to millions of undocumented parents is over before it even began.
Crutcher’s family is seeking damages and widespread reform after Tulsa police officer Betty Jo Shelby was found not guilty of the fatal shooting in May.
The announcement is particularly noteworthy, given the nation’s longstanding conservatism—but experts fear it could do little to effect social change.
Thursday marks the third attack of its kind in the Afghan capital since October.
As prime minister, Varadkar will be tasked with advancing social issues like abortion and navigating tensions in the EU.
A new bipartisan deal prohibits the president from rolling back sanctions without Congress’s approval.