Human remains suggest explosion brought down EgyptAir plane, forensic official says
The condition of human remains recovered from the crash site of EgyptAir Flight 804 suggests an explosion brought the plane down, a senior Egyptian forensic official told the Associated Press on Tuesday. The official, who spoke to AP on condition of ...
Can Flight 804 victims' remains offer clues?
EgyptAir Flight 804 Body Parts Suggest an Explosion on Board: Report
EgyptAir Flight 804: Conflicting reports over final moments
Clinton allies blame Bernie for bad polls
They say that the long primary fight with the independent senator from Vermont, which looks like it could go all the way to the Democratic convention in Philadelphia, has taken a toll on Clinton's standing in the polls. In the latest RealClearPolitics ...
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Trump escalates attack on Bill Clinton
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New York Times
Politics|TSA Replaces Security Chief as Tension Grows at Airports and Agency
New York Times
Chicago O'Hare International Airport last week. The airport was given a new leadership team on Monday in an effort to ease wait times. Credit Scott Olson/Getty Images. WASHINGTON — Facing a backlash over long security lines and management problems, ...
TSA's Head Of Security 'Removed' From Office, Says House Panel
TSA intelligence chief replaced in shuffle after facing criticism
Top TSA official removed from his position in wake of scrutiny
The Latest: McCain, Kerry say Obama trip proves Vietnam ties
HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam — The Latest on U.S. President Barack Obama's first visit to Vietnam (all times local): 5:50 p.m.. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Sen. John McCain say President Barack Obama's visit to Vietnam proves that old enemies ...
As Obama Presses Vietnam on Rights, Activists Are Barred From Meeting
Obama appeals for human rights in Vietnam
Obama buries another Cold War relic in Vietnam
Greek police evacuate hundreds from Idomeni refugee camp
Refugees and migrants wait to embark into the buses during a police operation at a makeshift refugee camp at the Greek-Macedonian border near the northern Greek village of Idomeni, Tuesday, May 24, 2016. Greek authorities sent hundreds of police into ...
Greece moves thousands of migrants from Idomeni camp
Greece Begins Clearing Idomeni Refugee Camp at Macedonia Border
Greece starts clearing Idomeni refugee camp
Why it's so hard to convict officers accused of serious crimes
The acquittal of Baltimore police officer Edward Nero in the Freddie Gray case shows again how hard it is to convict officers accused of serious crimes. Since 2005, 70 officers in this country have faced charges related to an on-duty shooting. Only 23 ...
Freddie Gray verdict leaves activists frustrated and wondering about the cases against other officers
Why Officer Edward Nero was acquitted in the Freddie Gray case
Marilyn Mosby Is Under Fire for Moving Too Fast on Freddie Gray
5 killed in small plane crash on Kauai in Hawaii
Last Updated May 23, 2016 8:39 PM EDT. HONOLULU -- Five people died in a fiery plane crash on Kauai Monday morning, officials said. The small plane crashed about 9:30 a.m. during a skydiving tour just outside Port Allen Airport, the Kauai Fire ...
5 killed after skydiving plane crashes on Kauai
Wall Street Journal
FBI Investigating Donations to Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe
Wall Street Journal
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is probing donations made to Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, according to people familiar with the matter. The investigation is examining $120,000 of donations to the Democratic governor's campaign and inauguration ...
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe's Campaign Fundraising Reportedly Under FBI Investigation
Hospital Grants Veteran's Dying Wish, Brings Beloved Horses to His Bedside
“He was wounded May 21st, 1970. He was in Vietnam for a few months when he was shot,” the veteran's wife Rosario told the news station. Now, Gonzalez is paralyzed, restricted to a hospital bed and suffering from organ failure. “While he was in the ...
Texas Vietnam Vet's Final Wish: To See His Beloved Horses One Final Time
Dying Vietnam veteran bids farewell to his beloved horses
IS conflict: 50000 Iraqi civilians 'at great risk' in Falluja
The UN has said it is very concerned about the fate of some 50,000 civilians still in Falluja as Iraqi forces battle the group calling itself Islamic State. UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said the civilians were at "great risk" and called for the ...
Iraq forces shell Falluja for second day; UN concerned for civilians
Iraqi Forces 'Liberate' Villages From ISIS in Fallujah Offensive
Top general rejects notion that Pentagon is 'putting Band-Aids' on the ISIS problem