U.S. Border Patrol announced on Friday that it is changing its policy on using deadly force against moving vehicles and people who throw rocks.
Nearly three days after the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, there’s still no definitive trace of the Boeing 777 or the 239 people who were on board.
Vietnamese military planes report seeing two oil slicks off the country’s coast that could be a sign of a missing Malaysia Airlines passenger jet Saturday. Officials say the search for the jet continues and that ships are being sent to the location of the sighting.
A California lawmaker has proposed a measure that would prohibit SeaWorld San Diego from using orcas in its shows.
A federal judge has dismissed a Federal Aviation Administration fine against a man who flew a drone near the University of Virginia to film a commercial video in 2011.
Members of pro-Russian forces and Ukraine’s military have engaged in several tense standoffs in the largely autonomous region of Crimea, but they have also avoided violence in what’s widely seen as a dangerous and uncertain situation. Diplomats are still working to find a possible solution.
The Senate has voted to block a bill that would have removed the authority of senior military commanders to prosecute sexual assault cases within their ranks.
Forbes says Kroger, the top grocery chain in the country by revenue, is “reportedly considering making its own offer for its competitor.”
The Central Intelligence Agency and one of the congressional panels that oversees its work, the Senate Intelligence Committee, are in what looks to be an increasingly bitter battle over just who’s been behaving improperly.
One day after President Obama condemned steps taken by Crimea’s parliament to leave Ukraine and join the Russian Federation, Russian lawmakers are welcoming such a move by Crimean separatists.