Search and Rescue Operation Resume for Missing AirAsia Jet
A massive search and rescue operation has resumed for an AirAsia Indonesia jet that lost contact with air traffic control over the Java Sea during a flight to Singapore shortly after the pilots requested a change of flight plan because of weather. One of the ships ...
Indonesia searches Java Sea for missing AirAsia plane, relatives wait
Families wait as search resumes for missing AirAsia plane carrying 162
Search resumes for missing AirAsia passenger jet
Moves Begun to Mend New York Police Rift With Mayor
Wall Street Journal
New York police officers turn their backs as Mayor Bill de Blasio, on screen, speaks at a funeral Saturday. Reuters. NEW YORK—Police Commissioner William Bratton began to lay out a strategy Sunday to repair the rift between the city's police force and ...
Police boss: Less rhetoric, more dialogue needed
At Funeral for Officer Rafael Ramos, Police Department's Solidarity Is on Display
Sea Of Blue Grief: 25000 Cops Attend Funeral For Fallen NYPD Officer
1 dead, hundreds stranded in Greek ferry disaster
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Hundreds of passengers and crew braved smokey fire, frigid temperatures and gale-force winds Sunday as they waited for nearly a day to be evacuated from a burning ferry adrift in rough seas between Italy and Albania. At least one ...
Helicopter crews work through night to rescue ferry passengers from Adriatic Sea
UPDATE 8-Hundreds still awaiting airlift on stricken Italian ferry
Raw Video: Fire Rages on Greek Ferry; One Dead, Hundreds Stranded as Gale ...
Around an Invisible Leader, Taliban Power Shifts
New York Times
WASHINGTON — If the Taliban's reclusive leader, Mullah Muhammad Omar, were ever to assert himself more publicly, this would have been the year to do it. In a season of immense upheaval in the jihadist world, the Taliban gained ground in new Afghan ...
US, NATO Mark End of Afghanistan Mission
Obama sees Afghanistan "dangerous place" after 13-year war
NATO, US end mission in Afghanistan with quiet flag-lowering ceremony
Ferguson Officer on Leave After Calling Michael Brown Site 'Trash'
New York Times
A spokesman for the Ferguson, Mo., police department has been placed on unpaid leave after he admitted that he referred to a memorial for the black teenager fatally shot by a white officer as “a pile of trash in the middle of the street,” and then falsely claimed ...
Ferguson policeman disciplined for calling Brown memorial 'pile of trash'
First Step to Mars Begins at Volcano Here on Earth
Ferguson spokesman put on leave for 'trash' comment