An airman was unable to complete his reenlistment because he omitted a required part of an oath. The Air Force has now changed its instructions for the oath.
The fire, in a forested area in El Dorado County east of Sacramento, is so big that it even looks “enormous” from space.
The toll has doubled in the past month, according the World Health Organization. There are nearly 5,000 Ebola cases and at least 2,461 deaths.
The WikiLeaks founder visited Gawker (or at least its website) to answer reader questions about his new book.
“Get it or regret it!” read the description for a “vintage,” one-of-a-kind Kent State sweatshirt that was briefly for sale for just $129.
Residents and visitors at a popular recreation area near Yosemite National Park fled the path of a raging wildfire, just weeks after an earlier blaze destroyed eight homes in the area.
Pope selfies used to be a novelty. Now, it looks like they’ll never stop.
On the same day that a South African judge convicted Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius of “culpable homicide,” a spokesman for the International Paralympic Committee said the organization would “allow him to compete again in the future.“
But the impressive number doesn’t reflect how many copies of the game were actually sold to consumers.
The country’s defense minister says, “Liberia is facing a serious threat to its national existence.“