Guns and race — two of America’s most intractable problems — were entwined in Charleston.
The judge gave her a sentence of her choice: either to serve 60 days in Jail or walk over 48 kilometres within 48 hours.
This year’s parade, on the 70th anniversary of the surrender, was the biggest military parade since the Soviet Union’s collapse.
The Oklahoman newspaper reported 12 people were hurt in the incident, though there was no word on their specific injuries.
The report said that religious minorities in India have been subjected to derogatory comments by BJP politicians.
Members of the U.S.-based Carter Center and the European Union will be invited to monitor general elections in Myanmar.
Girl taken into custody after multiple attempts of spiking mother’s drinks because she took away her iPhone.
Ted Cruz, one of the Republican Party’s most conservative members, announces candidacy for the oval office over Twitter.
Police is investigating phone calls threatening to kill US Ambassador Caroline Kennedy and another American envoy.
Detectives found no signs of forced entry into her apartment or foul play.
Renu Khator says she feels tremendously honoured to be selected for the new position by fellow presidents.
No new military assistance as demanded by the Egypt president from the US. – John Kerry
‘There was no excuse for criminal acts, and whoever fired those shots shouldn’t detract from the issue.’
Missouri still in a state of unrest after shooting dead of 2 officers amid protests of tensions between the police and African Americans.
Ferguson police chief resigns in wake of the fatal shooting of an unarmed black 18-year-old by a white police officer.