WASHINGTON — More than two months ago, the U.S. military detained a U.S. citizen in Iraq who was suspected of fighting with the self-described Islamic State in Syria.
A 17-year-old girl who was last seen at her Florida home on Saturday night was recorded at a gas station in Georgia with her high school soccer coach on Sunday, according to police.
A Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe leader issued a damning response Wednesday to President Donald Trump’s “Pocahontas” slur earlier this week during an event meant to honor Navajo Code Talkers.
Yugoslav war criminal Slobodan Praljak reportedly died after his 20-year prison sentence was upheld by a UN war crimes tribunal and declaring he had drunk poison.
Female employees who did not flirt with Matt Lauer were not considered “good colleagues” by the disgraced Today co-anchor, a source with knowledge of his workplace conduct tells PEOPLE
Marat Safin interview: 'If Federer and Nadal are still winning something must be seriously wrong with tennis'
Eight years of retirement from tennis and six years working as a Russian MP have done nothing to dampen the fire that has always burned inside Marat Safin. At the age of 37 the former world No 1 is in London this week to play in Champions Tennis at the Royal Albert Hall, which wi
The ULAA fired the Hall of Fame coach on Oct. 16, weeks after he was placed on leave when Louisville acknowledged it was being investigated in a federal bribery probe of college basketball. It says the ULAA did not give him 10 days advance notice before it ”effectively fired” him and
As Iowa State coach Steve Prohm watched a practice this summer with Monte Morris, the fabulous point guard he had to replace this season, he seemed to have only two options. Prohm could either go with senior Donovan Jackson or hand control of the offense to highly-touted freshman Lindell Wigginton,
Keith Dambrot remembers the stories his father Sid would tell about his playing days at Duquesne in the 1950s. ”But then Duquesne became like a JV team right compared to them. The Dukes (2-2) have beaten the Panthers (3-4) just four times in the last 35 meetings heading into Friday’s 86th
Arizona freshman Brandon Randolph watched the ball rotate to his side of the floor and was late getting out to a shooter on the wing. The Long Beach State player made the open shot and Randolph jogged back on offense. Wildcats coach Sean Miller saw the play unfold and turned a dark shade of red.