Results for Alabama’s special elections are now in. Former Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore and Senator Luther Strange will advance to a Republican primary runoff to fill the Senate seat left vacant by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Police in the Phillipines kill 32 suspected drug dealers in what has become the “bloodiest night” in President Duterte’s war on drugs. Officers say the drug raids took place in Bulacan Province Tuesday just north of the capital Manila.
After a lengthy legal battle, the court case against a Texas natural gas terminal is now over. The D.C. Court of Appeals rejected a challenge from an environmental group against the Department of Energy.
The new secretary of the navy will make a tough decision in one of his first cases. Richard Spencer will determine the fate of Navy Lieutenant Craig Bekcer who is accused of pushing his drugged wife out of their apartment window in Belgium back in 2015.
A group of self-described anti-fascists are sharing the blame for fueling the recent violence in Charlottesville. Critics are blasting the left-leaning group, better known as Antifa, for its role in promoting violence, and slamming the mainstream media for ignoring it.
In his first interview since being fired from his position as White House communications director, Anthony Scaramucci takes aim at President Trump. One America’s John Hines has more from Washington.
The U.S. and China agree to improve military communication between the countries. While in Beijing on Tuesday, Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Joseph Dunford and his Chinese counterpart signed a military-to-military dialogue mechanism.
Three prominent aid groups are suspending their migrant rescue efforts in the Mediterranean Sea after receiving threats from the Libyan coastguard. Doctors Without Borders, Save the Children, and Sea-Eye all said they are halting rescue efforts due to safety concerns in an increasingly hostile environment.
New York’s subway workers say they have a dead body problem. The transport union claims the Metro Transit Authority is storing remains of people who die on the tracks in employee-only areas.