Millions of gallons of toxic chemicals and raw sewage are being dumped by Mexico into the Tijuana River, surrounding valleys and U.S. beaches at the U.S.-Mexico border, sickening border patrol agents, but those on the front lines say the U.S. has done little to force Mexico to literally clean up its act.
An effort to collect shoes for underprivileged children blossomed into a more ambitious one: Rebuilding an overcrowded, dilapidated children’s home in Archer’s Post, Kenya.
U.S. Navy officials are weighing options for boosting the size of their fleet, which appears increasingly inadequate to handle growing maritime threats from China, Iran and Russia.
While escorting a man wanted for failing to register as a sex offender from Las Vegas to Dallas in September 2012, a chief investigator from the Dallas County district attorney’s office “solicited, demanded, and accepted from an individual a bribe” … in return for helping the man get the charges dropped.
With North Korea developing its nuclear and intercontinental ballistic missile capabilities, Hawaii defense experts are concerned North Korea could target the 50th state with an electromagnetic pulse attack.