New York – Hundreds of police officers have lined Fifth Avenue in Manhattan for a farewell salute to a former colleague who was gunned down in Texas.
Washington – The United States has carried out an air strike in Somalia, killing more than 150 fighters with the al Qaeda-linked Islamist group al Shabaab, following U.S. intelligence on preparations for a large-scale militant attack, the Pentagon said on Monday.
The White House was placed on lockdown Monday. According to CBS News White House Correspondent Mark Knoller, a would-be fence jumper got caught going over the perimeter bike racks but did not make it to the fence.
CORAL SPRINGS, Florida — The family and colleagues of a former FBI agent who disappeared in Iran nine years ago while on a CIA mission expressed anger and disappointment at a rally Saturday that he wasn’t part of a January prisoner exchange with Tehran.
Two Virginia volunteer firefighters were suspended for transporting an 18-month-old girl to the hospital in a fire engine last Saturday, ultimately saving her life.
MANKATO, Minn. — One dog apparently has learned a new trick: how to drive a semi-truck.
A court in Iran has sentenced to death Iranian businessman Babak Zanjani and two accomplices for embezzlement, the judiciary has said, in a case closely watched due to the billionaire’s prominent role in helping the government evade oil sanctions.
Russia has decided to freeze its shipment of S-300 anti-aircraft missile system to Iran, Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Jarida reported on Saturday.
The first-ever government survey into prostitution in Israel found that annual payments to sex workers amounted to an estimated 1.2 billion shekels ($308.2 million) in 2014.
Los Angeles – Information contained in an encrypted iPhone could help finally answer whether there was a third assailant in the San Bernardino terror attack that killed 14 people, according to court papers filed by the county’s district attorney.