The United States will have a presence at today’s semifinal World Cup match between Brazil and Germany. It won’t be the U.S. National Team on the field, but American referee Mark Geiger.
U.S. strategy that relies on armed drones to kill terrorism suspects overseas “rests on questionable assumptions and risks increasing instability and escalating costs,” according to a year-long study by a group of prominent military, intelligence and foreign policy experts.
The U.S. resumed its drone strikes inside Pakistan, killing at least 13 people in two separate attacks on militant areas late Wednesday and early Thursday.
A day after Taliban officials handed him over to a group of American Special Forces, Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is now receiving a medical evaluation at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany.
The space agency announced a stunning success, saying that Kepler had identified 715 new planets that orbit 305 stars. The discovery boosts the number of verified planets by around 70 percent.
Sherman’s “rant” as it quickly became known, did much more. It ignited another national discussion about race and the way many Americans react to young, strong African-American men who sometimes get loud.
A U.S. judge says American Airlines can exit bankruptcy and join forces with US Airways Group, all but ensuring that their merger can take place within weeks.
The extent of the destruction across southern and central Illinois is becoming clearer as searchers comb through the rubble of homes and businesses that were in the path of tornadoes and severe weather that ripped through the region.
“These are short-lived treasures, and once they’re gone they’re gone forever; they’ll never be back,” says explorer Eddy Cartaya.
This documentary provides a rare glimpse into the lives of these now beloved cetaceans.