WASHINGTON/CARACAS (Reuters) – American missionary Josh Holt, held by Venezuela without trial on weapons charges since 2016, returned home with his wife on Saturday after the South American country’s socialist government unexpectedly released them.
Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine (Va.) signaled his support Friday for legislation to strengthen the power of unions to recruit members and negotiate with employers.
Thirty-five-year-old Juan Carlos Nazario and 39-year-old Bryan Wittle are credited with saving lives after they intervened in what police believe was a random attack at a restaurant in Oklahoma on Thursday.
Reporters from various newspapers and television stations across New York City are lighting into Mayor Bill de Blasio (D.) for his attacks on the press and accusations of corporate media bias.
The former leader of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People chapter in Spokane, Washington, was charged on Tuesday for theft by welfare fraud and false identity verification in applying for public assistance.
ESPN announced on Friday it will expand Keith Olbermann’s role with the network, which will include his return to the show “SportsCenter.”
A teacher and a teenage student were injured in a shooting at an Indiana middle school on Friday morning and another student was in custody, police said.
VIENNA (Reuters) – European powers have until May 31 to present Iran with a plan to offset the U.S. pullout from its nuclear deal and Washington’s renewed sanctions, a senior Iranian official said, with Tehran “weeks” away from deciding whether to quit the pact.
President Donald Trump on Friday castigated Democrats for “obviously” rooting against his administration on the North Korea negotiations, saying they have “lost touch.”
Gaza’s health ministry has removed a baby from the list of Palestinians killed by Israeli forces during violent demonstrations and attempts to breach Israel’s border on May 14.