Beset by controversy in his still-young presidency, Donald Trump is making a characteristic move: betting on family. But is it the right strategy for turning around a troubled White House?
Madrid – A Russian computer programmer, Pyotr Levashov, has been arrested in the Spanish city of Barcelona, a spokesman for the Russian embassy in Madrid said on Sunday.
A nine-second video went viral online Saturday showing a Fort Collins police officer throwing a 22-year-old woman apparently face-first — to the brick pavers in Old Town.
he Port Washington Chabad, a Jewish community center on Long Island’s Manhasset Bay, sits in a squat brick edifice across from a Shell Gas station and a strip mall.
Johannesburg – For two-and-a-half years the Incognito Bandit kept one step ahead of the law as he single-handedly robbed US bank after US bank, his face hidden by a disguise.
Former President Goodluck Jonathan probably received as much as $200 million to approve the controversial $1.3 billion sale of OPL 245 oil field, Italian prosecutors said in court documents.
WRENTHAM, Mass. – The FBI is warning people across the country to beware of a growing scam called “virtual kidnapping.”
At least 18 people were killed and 40 were wounded by a blast in front of a Christian church in Alexandria, Egypt on Palm Sunday, according to local reports, hours after at least 30 people were killed by a blast in the Nile Delta city of Tanta.
A joint command center made up of the forces of Russian, Iran and allied militia alliance supporting Syrian President Bashar Assad said the U.S. strike on a Syrian airbase crossed “red lines” and it would now respond to any new aggression and increase their level of support to their ally.
New Yorkers are fuming over doctors who park at fire hydrants and other illegal spots while displaying dashboard placards marked boldly: “POLICE SURGEON.”