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The mother of Daunte Wright told a crowd earlier Sunday evening that he called her to say he had been pulled over by police. Soon after, her son's girlfriend told her he had been shot
As Washington begins to resemble an armed camp, with more than 25,000 guards expected in the city by early next week, concerns about violence at state capitals have grown in the wake of the recent Capitol riots
Biden has resisted calls to move the celebration indoors for the sake of safety. His inauguration committee had already been planning a scaled-back celebration with virtual components because of the coronavirus
Former secy of state Colin Powell latest ex-military leader to criticise Donald Trump's use of force against protesters
President Donald Trump said on Sunday that he had ordered National Guard troops to begin withdrawing from the nation’s capital, after a week of relentless criticism over his threat to militarise the government’s response to nationwide protests, including rebukes from inside the military establishment itself
Scientists revere the mountain for its summit above the clouds that provides a clear view of the sky.
Donald Trump visits areas affected by Hurricane Florence, vows '100 percent' support for storm-battered Carolinas
Trump pledged federal assistance as the Carolinas begin the long recovery from a storm estimated to have caused billions of dollars in damage and left dozens dead.
Hurricane Florence continues to wrack havoc: Toll rises to 32, rescue efforts on to provide aid to stranded people
Flash flooding, triggered by Florence, was reported in most parts of North Carolina, northern South Carolina.
An American soldier stole an Armoured Personnel Carrier from the Virginia National Guard base. The tank was chased by police for over an hour around Richmond.
California agrees to send National Guard troops to Mexican border, but not to enforce Donald Trump's immigration policies
Jerry Brown accepted Donald Trump's call to send the National Guard to the Mexican border, but rejected the White House's portrait of a burgeoning border crisis
Deployment of National Guard members to the Mexico border at Trump's request was underway with a gradual ramp-up of troops under orders to help curb illegal immigration
Saudi Arabia arrests 11 princes, former ministers in anti-corruption probe; ousts senior royal who headed National Guard
11 Saudi Arabia princes and dozens of former ministers were detained in a new anti-corruption probe headed by the kingdom's powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
Hurricane Irma rips through Caribbean leaving nine dead; emergency declared in Puerto Rico, Florida, Virgin Islands
Powerful Hurricane Irma cut a swathe of deadly destruction as it roared through the Caribbean, claiming at least nine lives.
Hurricane Harvey floodwaters will likely rise as death toll reaches 7, Donald Trump to visit Texas today
Floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey will likely rise in the coming days, officials warned on Monday as heavy rains continued to pound the US Gulf Coast.
A man was shot dead on Thursday during an anti-government protest in Caracas, becoming the 75th victim in three months of unrest
The Trump administration is considering a proposal to mobilise as many as 100,000 National Guard troops to round up unauthorized immigrants, including millions living nowhere near the Mexico border, according to a draft memo obtained by The Associated Press.
Six businesses were burned in the Milwaukee unrest that spilled past midnight Sunday. Seventeen people were arrested and four officers were hurt from flying concrete and glass.
Flooding in the US state of West Virginia killed 24 people and stranded others who had to be plucked from rooftops and rescued from fast-moving waters.
U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the National Guard’s cyber squadrons will play an increasingly important role in assessing the vulnerabilities of U.S. industrial infrastructure and could be asked to join the fight against Islamic State.
On the residential street when white Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson fatally shot Brown at least six times in broad daylight on August 9, hundreds of red roses were carefully arranged in a row.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon said the National Guard, deployed on Monday, were no longer needed.