The only phone calls that really matter are from a fallen soldier's buddies, Kelly said.
John F. Kelly, a retired general, said Rep. Frederica S. Wilson’s criticism of the president’s choice of words in the call was ‘selfish’ and shocking.
Sanders's selection set off a debate among feminists who objected to a man being the opening speaker at the first national women's convention in decades.
The Senate rejected an amendment Thursday aimed at protecting the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge from drilling.
With police and barricades, road closures and warnings, the University of Florida braced for Thursday's speech by white nationalist Richard Spencer.
The Senate’s top military specialist pushed the administration for briefings on its policy on active operations.
Emory University has acquired a collection of letters written by Barack Obama to his college girlfriend.
The 43rd president decried ‘nativism’ and ‘discourse degraded by casual cruelty’ in remarks.
Rapid gains by government forces may have cut off planned advances by U.S.-backed fighters.
“It was a moment of niceness that we needed because we were going through hell,” said Natasha De Alencar, whose husband was killed in Afghanistan.
The Gates Foundation has spent more than $3 billion on education initiatives.
President Trump called Natasha De Alencar to offer condolences after her husband, Army Staff Sgt. Mark R. De Alencar, was killed in Afghanistan on April 8.
'I would just ask you not to question the actions of the troops who were caught in the firefight,' Mattis said.
Colin S. Black worked at Albert Einstein High School in Montgomery County.
The two-year project relied on data from researchers in more than 130 countries.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit allowed the 17-year-old to go to an abortion clinic Thursday for pre-abortion counseling.
Are fewer bugs hitting your windshield these days? It might be because flying insects are disappearing.
A Boston University study shows that states with less stringent concealed carry laws have more gun homicides.
Many have already adjusted for the possibility they wouldn’t get subsidies for low-income Americans.
The sisters argue that the energy company is violating their religious freedom by taking their land by eminent domain for a pipeline.