Saturday, April 11, 2015
A U.S. Census Bureau guard was shot and killed by a suspect who fled and was injured in a shootout, the Washington Post reported.
The U.S. military is in danger of losing its technological advantage unless it invests in research and finds ways to build innovative weapons much faster, top officials said Thursday.
Friday, April 10, 2015
Opening a three-day trip to the Caribbean and Central America, U.S. President Barack Obama hopes to capitalize on mutual needs in the face of expanding Chinese influence and weakening power by Venezuela, once the energy juggernaut of the Americas.1 Comment
Chelsea Manning, the U.S. soldier imprisoned for spilling state secrets, has said in an interview that much of her life has been marked by a lonely anguish over her gender identity.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was convicted on all charges Wednesday in the Boston Marathon bombing by a jury that will now decide whether the 21-year-old should be executed or shown mercy for what his lawyer says was a crime masterminded by his big brother.
A man who recorded chilling video of a white police officer gunning down a black man said Wednesday that the shooting followed a struggle in which the cop had gained control of the situation.
Activist groups on Wednesday unveiled a new coalition aimed at repealing the law authorizing mass surveillance by U.S. intelligence and law enforcement agencies.
U.S. President Barack Obama is calling for an end to psychiatric therapy treatments aimed at changing the sexual orientation or gender identity of gay, lesbian and transgender youth.
A deep-sea treasure hunter who spent years as a fugitive after refusing to testify about gold he discovered in a historic shipwreck pleaded guilty Wednesday to contempt of court.
A ninth turkey farm in the central state of Minnesota has been hit by a form of bird flu that's deadly to poultry, this time in a large Jennie-O-Turkey Store operation that has 310,000 turkeys, federal authorities and company officials said Wednesday.