Rescuer accuse US government of trying to steal credit for Afghan rescue
The organisers of a rescue of a Texas family stranded in Afghanistan accused the US government Tuesday of wrongly taking credit for the mission, “despite making little effort to help”.
Biden warns of climate change in storm-damaged New York area
Barack Obama had called Williams’ role in ”The Wire” his favorite and “a fascinating character”.
No official cause of death of actot Michael K. Williams was given, but several US media quoted law enforcement sources as saying they suspected a possible drug overdose.
Biden to discuss plan to curb Delta variant, on Thursday: Official
US President Joe Biden will discuss a six-pronged strategy aimed at stopping spread of the highly contagious Delta variant of the Covid-19 and increasing vaccinations on Thursday, a White House official said on Monday.
Federal judge throws out death sentence in 18-year-old case, orders new sentencing phase
A man was convicted in the 2003 slaying of a North Dakota college student. Judge Ralph Erickson ruled last Friday that misleading testimony from a medical examiner and limitations on mental health evidence had violated Alfonso Rodriguez Jr’s constitutional rights. Rodriguez has been on death row at a federal prison for nearly two decades in the death of Dru Sjodin, a Minnesota woman who was abducted from a Grand Forks mall parking lot in November 2003.
Motive for Florida family’s massacre may never be known, say investigators
Marine veteran Bryan Riley allegedly killed a couple, their 3-month-old son and the boy’s grandmother in Florida. Investigators say he may have been mentally ill.
Blinken denies Taliban blocking Americans from leaving Mazar-i-Sharif
Biden to survey NY and NJ storm damage after deadly flooding
US, along with international community, will continue to provide humanitarian assistance to Afghan people: Defence secretary Austin
Blinken says US working with Taliban on flights
Mexico presses US to invest in development to stem migration