A group of Baltimoreans gathered on Sunday to watch the emergency demolition of a blighted, collapsing row house in Federal Hill. The city government had outsourced the demolition to a local developer -- who proceeded to accidentally knock the building next door down instead.
In a rare bit of good news for privacy activists in the United States, a federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday that a legal challenge to the massive global surveillance architecture of the NSA may proceed, amid claims that the agency routinely invades the privacy rights of citizens while trampling on the laws of the US Constitution.
In spite of a campaign promise to move the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to a location in the hotly contested city of Jerusalem, US President Donald Trump has departed from his visit to the country with no mention of the shift.
A North German man admitted in a court hearing Monday that he was trying to kill his ex-girlfriend in November 2016 by dragging her behind his car with a rope around her neck, all while their young son sat inside the vehicle.
On Monday, US Naval Forces Central Command announced that along with more than 20 partner nations, it has completed the 2017 International Maritime Exercise (IMX), which began on May 2 and ended Thursday.
Daesh has claimed responsibility for the Manchester attack. A suicide bombing occurred at Manchester Arena late on Monday following a concert by US pop star Ariana Grande. According to the latest estimates, the blast killed at least 22 people, including children, while almost 120 others sustained injuries.
Consuming just one small alcoholic beverage a day puts a person at a higher risk for breast cancer, according to a report released on Tuesday by the American Institute for Cancer Research and the World Cancer Research Fund.
Just a day after Melania Trump sent the twittersphere into a frenzy for slapping President Trump’s hand away in Israel, the first lady is back at it -- this time the rebuff took place in Rome.
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