City and federal investigators showed a lack of urgency in dealing with the case, critics say. Local columnist and editor Carol Marin pins part of the blame on "the feds" and President Obama.
In the last leg of his tour to win support for a coordinated effort against ISIS, French President Francois Hollande on Thursday secured a pledge of cooperation from Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The Oct. 3 airstrike on a Doctors Without Borders facility — which killed at least 30 people — was found to be the result of human error, compounded by faulty equipment and communication failures.
Unlike in an earlier case involving Anwar al-Awlaki, the federal appeals court panel says, the government has not already revealed the contents of these memos through other public channels.
Athletes, artists and activists crowd the list of winners of the nation's highest civilian honor. Before they get their medals Tuesday, get to know them — in sight and sound.
In an interview with Morning Edition, the Republican senator criticized the administration's strategy against ISIS, following the president's remarks Monday.
Police are still on the hunt for an eighth suspect. Belgium cancelled a football match and raised its security alert. Meanwhile, Secretary John Kerry met with French President François Hollande.
Many people were moved last week by an online comic on a site called "The Oatmeal." It was illustrated and written by Matthew Inman and tells the story of a heroic rescue after a plane crash in 1947.
Eyewitnesses at sites across Paris — inside soccer stadiums, trapped inside cafes or blocked from heading home — describe chaos, confusion and carnage during the coordinated terrorist attacks Friday.
Citing reports by NPR and Colorado Public Radio, 12 senators want the Army to investigate the discharges of tens of thousands of troops with mental health disorders.
Much of the difficulty lies in finding a solution to the civil war and humanitarian crisis in Syria that's acceptable to all parties – both within and outside of Syria.
This was a high-stakes showdown for both Clinton and the Republicans leading the investigation into the 2012 attack on the U.S diplomatic mission.
Coming from five generations of Ku Klux Klan members, 58-year-old "Ms. Ruth" sews hoods and robes for Klan members seven days a week, blessing each one when it's done. A red satin outfit for an Exalted Cyclops, the head of a local chapter, costs about $140. Show More Summary
As previously promised, members of the Westboro Baptist Church were on the ground this morning picketing outside of Kentucky's Rowan County courthouse. Their target? Beleaguered county clerk Kim Davis, who has defiantly refused to issue...Show More Summary
Before the Quartet was formed, Tunisia seemed doomed to walk the same path of violence, retributions and political chaos that had wreaked havoc in Egypt.
From the outside looking in, Monica Weber-Jeter was far from isolated. The 35-year-old kept busy with five school-aged children, and worked at a bustling oncology clinic as a medical assistant. Her mom, her two older sisters and herShow More Summary
“Owing to the state of my nerves, I find that I cannot carry on as I should. I’ve tried my best all through but four years has been a little too much.” -British Private Harry James Knight of the The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey) Regiment 1st Battalion — shot as a deserter on October 6, […]
As he announced those conditions this morning — and showed a live picture of downtown Columbia under sunny skies — TV meteorologist Tim Miller got a bit emotional.
Early Monday morning the captain of an American Airlines flight from Phoenix to Boston died while at the controls. Mary Grady of AVWeb has a story about the episode and the plane’s emergency diversion to Syracuse, under the control of...Show More Summary
A curfew was in effect in Columbia last night, and on Monday, officials are again urging people to stay off the roads. Parts of the city got more than a foot of rain Sunday.