The inspector general issued a memorandum alerting officials of widespread problems in FISA applications.

Dozens of sailors have tested positive aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt, illustrating the challenges of containing the virus at sea.

Sen. Richard Burr’s sell-off has drawn criticism, and now scrutiny from law enforcement and regulators.


The service has suspended the arrival of additional recruits, officials announced Monday.

In an unexpected twist, the ‘Taliban Five’ traded for a U.S. soldier helped build support among militant commanders for a U.S. agreement.

Refugees International questioned the effectiveness of border closures in preventing the spread of the disease.

Those who are recalled will include people "with high demand medical capabilities whose call-up would not adversely affect their civilian communities," a Pentagon spokesman said.

U.S. officials say the measures allow exceptions for humanitarian and medical aid, and that the targeted governments have a track record of diverting assistance to enrich the ruling elites.

How do you choose between patients when allocating limited resources?

New Jersey is second only to New York in the number of confirmed coronavirus cases, underscoring how easily the disease leaps and spreads across state lines.

Officials hope the move will prompt Houthi rebels to reverse restrictions on assistance, but aid workers warn it could tip the country into humanitarian catastrophe.

It was unclear how or when Levinson died, but it was before the coronavirus outbreak, a statement says.

Would-be criminals seem to be staying home as covid-19 cases soar, NYPD data show.

As the coronavirus pandemic spreads, U.S. embassies and consulates have launched “whole of mission” operations to help thousands of stranded Americans.

Dozens of immigrant physicians, from pulmonary specialists to epidemiologists, are stuck taking out trash and filing paperwork during a pandemic, an immigration attorney said.

Eight are confirmed positive aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt, which is pulling into Guam.

The man went to pick up a vehicle he thought was laden with explosives, not knowing law enforcement was watching, the FBI said.

The State Department has stepped up its efforts to repatriate U.S. citizens stranded in countries where commercial flights have been suspended. It plans at least 66 charter flights over the next nine days.

Despite criticism, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said it is important to point out that the virus came from the Chinese city.

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