Former inmates at a privately run Nashville jail say they worked without pay building bean-bag “cornhole” games, plaques shaped like footballs, birdhouses and dog beds so that officials could sell them through their personal business at a flea…
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Hey, high schoolers, scared of bombing on the SATs and not getting into college? Don’t worry, a growing number of U.S. schools are scrapping standardized test scores as part of admission.
(Reuters) – A man suspected of murder, taking three hostages and shooting two deputies in central California late last month was killed by law enforcement officers after a manhunt in remote, rugged terrain, officials said on Sunday.
(Reuters) – Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump would increase fees on some Mexican visas and all border crossing cards as part of a broader plan to force Mexico to pay for a wall along the southern U.S. border.
(Reuters) – Three people were injured – one critically – when their hot-air balloon blew onto power lines after landing in rural southern Pennsylvania, police said on Sunday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Hillary Clinton’s private email server should be examined by the U.S. intelligence watchdog after the FBI finishes reviewing any classified information on it, a Republican lawmaker said on Sunday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. civil rights leader and former head of the NAACP Julian Bond, who emerged as one of the pre-eminent student activists in America’s turbulent 1960s, died on Saturday aged 75.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. military has canceled a pretrial hearing for suspects in the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, a military spokesman said on Sunday, in another setback for the government in its efforts to try the five men being held at Guantanamo.