Politics

Cops Try Reaching Out to Minority Communities

Some police departments are renewing efforts to build trust with black communities in the aftermath of the shooting death of an unarmed 18-year-old black man in Missouri.


Marco Rubio Warns Obama on Deportations

Sen. Marco Rubio on Tuesday warned President Obama that use of his executive authority to curb deportations would "close to the door" to immigration reform.


Emirates Hit Libyan Targets With Airstrikes

UAE warplanes secretly bombed militia targets in Libya, apparently catching the U.S. off guard, as Islamists named a rival premier.


ISIS Demands Ransom for U.S. Woman

A 26-year-old American woman is reportedly being held captive by Islamic State militants in Syria who are demanding a $6.6 million ransom and the release of a neuroscientist.


HealthCare.gov Names CEO

The Obama administration has picked a Connecticut official to run HealthCare.gov ahead of a second open enrollment season looming as a test of competence for the feds.


Hamas Claims Gaza Ceasefire as Victory Over Israel

Hamas officials say an open-ended agreement has been reached with Israel to end seven weeks of fighting in Gaza, describing the ceasefire as a "victory for the resistance."


Gaza Airstrikes Level High Rises

Israel ramped up its airstrikes in Gaza Tuesday, destroying high-rises containing homes and shopping centers.


U.S. Begins Air Surveillance of ISIS in Syria

The U.S. has begun surveillance flights over ISIS-controlled parts of Syria in a move that could pave the way for air raids against the Islamic State group.


Ukraine Captures Russian Soldiers on Wrong Side of Border

Ukraine has said that its forces have captured 10 Russian soldiers in the east of the country but Moscow has claimed the soldiers crossed the border accidentally.


Pena Nieto Calls for Immigration Reform in U.S.

Mexico's president spoke of the need for U.S. immigration reform on a two-day visit to California, saying those who reject diversity and inclusion will ultimately be proven wrong.


Michael Brown Funeral: Can Americans Change the Script of Violence?

Michael Brown was laid to rest Monday in the most recent enactment of "the ritual" the script of death, outrage, spin and mourning that America follows when an unarmed black male is killed by police.


VA: No Proof Veterans Died Due to Delays

The VA's Office of Inspector General has been investigating the delays for months and shared a draft report of its findings with VA officials.


U.S. Prepares Military Operations in Syria

President Obama has so far sought a limited military campaign in Iraq focused on protecting American diplomats and civilians under direct threat, but officials haven't ruled out escalating military action against ISIS.


Immigration Looms as Key Issue for November

Polls show the crisis of unaccompanied children at the border has made immigration a pivotal issue with November elections approaching.


Russian Tanks Enter Eastern Ukraine: Spokesman

A spokesman for Ukraine's National Security Council said a Russian armored column crossed the border near the village of Shcherbak and that shells were fired from Russia toward the nearby city of Novoazovsk.


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