Human rights experts have accused the army of creating a “digital dictatorship” through internet shutdowns and surveillance since last year’s coup.
Idriz Redzovic, a 3rd-degree Gracie jiu-jitsu black belt, took down an alleged thief who attacked a 7-Eleven clerk on Chicago’s North Side last week, a local report said.
Kentucky has begun construction on the first phase of a bridge over the Ohio River. Gov. Andy Beshear expects the project to bring more jobs to the region.
Yellowstone National Park’s southern loop reopened with less than half of its normal visitor turnout, according to officials. Historic flooding has damaged the park.
NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre released a statement celebrating the Supreme Court’s decision to strike down a New York regulation restricting concealed pistol licenses.
Missing Dylan Rounds: Utah investigators issue warning to anyone involved in teen farmer’s disappearance
Dylan Rounds, a 19-year-old Utah farmer, last spoke with family on May 28 — and weeks later a massive search effort has turned up no signs of his whereabouts.
A Chicago alderman is calling for metal detectors at a local beach after an illegal gathering of teens resulted in gun confiscations and a shooting that injured 1 person.