A 2012 incident in which Mexican federal police raked an armored U.S. Embassy vehicle with gunfire was the result of a “crass error” in judgment by the officers but was not an ambush ordered by organized crime, the nation’s top security czar said Wednesday.
Michele DiPietro had his listeners in stitches with his impressions of dumb things college students say in class.
Iraqi forces pushed north Tuesday in an attempt to recapture the central Iraq town of Tikrit from the Islamic militants who have been occupying it since mid-June, only to see the assault stymied by snipers, roadside bombs and fierce resistance from the rebels.
A federal judge on Monday rejected environmentalists’ challenge to a nearly 600-mile pipeline designed to carry tar sands crude oil between Illinois and Oklahoma.
Behind the tangled web of partisanship surrounding Republicans impendinglawsuit against President Barack Obama, the quiet architect of the GOPs assault on Pennsylvania Avenue has all but disappeared from the spotlight.
The government on Friday made public a heavily redacted memo that was used to legally justify the killing of an American overseas.