- 2018-10-26 15:10:37Z
The United States will stop refueling aircraft from the Saudi-led coalition that is bombing Yemen, the Washington Post reported Friday. The move comes amid an ongoing international outcry over Saudi actions in Yemen, particularly after a string of high-profile coalition strikes that have killed scores of civilians, many of them children. The Pentagon would not confirm the Post's story.
The Democratic party's transformation into an undergraduate intersectionality seminar at Oberlin is proceeding at a remarkable pace. The party's current strategy is to scream "Racist!" at people voting for Mia Love and Tim Scott while insisting that Jared Kushner's father-in-law and Benjamin Netanyahu's best political friend is a scheming anti-Semite. At issue is the defeat of Andrew Gillum in the Florida governor's race and of Stacey Abrams in the Georgia governor's race.
The man suspected of gunning down 11 people at a synagogue in the US city of Pittsburgh pleaded not guilty on Thursday to federal charges that could see him sentenced to death, US media reported. Robert Bowers, who appeared in court in handcuffs, did not speak except to say that he understood the charges against him, and his attorney entered a not guilty plea for him, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported. Authorities say Bowers, 46, burst into the Tree of Life synagogue on Saturday with an AR-15 assault rifle and three handguns, killing 11 worshippers at Sabbath services and wounding six other people, including four police officers.
A federal appeals court in Ohio issued an emergency ruling allowing
JUCHITAN, Mexico (AP) - The latest on the migrant caravan making its way through Mexico (all times local):
House speaker Paul Ryan: Trump can't end birthright citizenship with an executive order.
All 189 people on board are believed to have lost their lives in the crash.
U.S. military will send 5,200 active-duty troops to Mexico border.
On Friday, federal authorities arrested 56-year-old Florida resident Cesar