A cross that graced the top of a hill in the small city of Grand Haven, Michigan, for over 50 years will now be removed after the threat of a lawsuit by an outside activist who has filed other lawsuits to advance his cause.
The Associated Press and other media outlets are coming under fire for censoring photos of the Charlie Hebdo cartoons that Islamist radicals used to justify a terrorist attack on the French satirical magazine’s office on Wednesday.
Bernard Jordan, a World War II veteran who gained fame by slipping away from his nursing home to honor his fallen friends during the 70th anniversary of D-Day, has passed away at the age of 90. His death was peaceful.
Iranian officials are touting the efficiency of a newly activated national missile defense system that has been dubbed Iran’s “real Iron Dome,” a reference to the joint U.S.-Israeli missile shield that protects the Jewish state from incoming terrorist rockets.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Cuban government is resisting the release of several of the 53 people the U.S. government has said were to be freed as part of a thaw in relations, linking them to acts of violence, a congressional aide told Reuters.