“We are Americans,” President Obama says in his weekly radio address. “We will uphold our values — a free and open society. We are strong. And we are resilient. And we will not be terrorized.”
A few cities around the country are letting drivers cover part or all of their fines with food donations. The idea is to turn a negative — getting a ticket — into a positive: helping others.
Indiana’s governor has asked the Catholic Church to halt a plan to resettle Syrian refugees in the state. Miami Archbishop Thomas Wenski explains why he expects the archdiocese to move forward anyway.
The president will address the nation Sunday at 4 p.m. Alaska time with an update on the recent mass shooting in California — and the issue of terrorism more broadly.
The petition states, “We, the undersigned, will not allow fear-mongering to drown out our compassion for those seeking refuge from war or violent conflict …”
Bonnie Carroll is a military widow who founded a service organization called TAPS to help family members of those who die in uniform.
Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute Executive Director Alexa Tonkovich said if the agreement is enacted, it could be good news for Alaska seafood exports, including Bristol Bay sockeye.
Residents of the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis began hearing gunfire and explosions starting at 4:00 a.m. The operation targeted the mastermind of the attacks that left 129 dead.
In the latest issue of its monthly propaganda magazine, the Islamic State says it targeted the passenger plane in response to Russian airstrikes in Syria.
Alaska’s congressman and U.S. senators are among the chorus of political leaders calling on President Obama to suspend his plan to admit 10,000 Syrian refugees.