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(RNN) - We're used to seeing deer in the road, but salmon?
Police officers in Washington, D.C. wearing body cameras reported using force about as often as colleagues who didn't have them, and citizen complaints against the two groups were about even, according to a new study that bucks early expectations about the impact of the devices.
GLEN JEAN, W.Va. — President Donald J. Trump addressed more 40,000 Boy Scouts, leaders and volunteers at the 2017 National Scout Jamboree Monday, reminding them that “as a Boy Scout, you learn to contribute to your communities, take pride in your nation, and seek out opportunities to serve.”
Carol Gregory is a teacher, a mother figure and a friend to many, but her classroom can't be found in a school. Her students are a bit nontraditional and her only textbook is the Bible.
If North Korea launches a nuclear-armed ballistic missile, one of the only things we know for sure about what will happen next is that the news will race around the world on classified networks using the designation reserved for the Pentagon's highest-level alert, an "OPREP-3 PINNACLE NUCFLASH," which signals a possible imminent nuclear war. After that, though, we know surprisingly little about what might unfold -- particularly if a surprise attack managed to cripple Washington.
WASHINGTON - One day a year, since 1878, the White House grounds truly belong to the people. The little people.
WASHINGTON - A 20-year-old woman who authorities said nearly struck police officers as she fled an attempted traffic stop outside the U.S. Capitol grounds Wednesday morning, prompting police to fire at her vehicle, has been charged with numerous crimes.