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By the numbers: President Trump’s first 6 months
182 Today marks President Trump ’s 182nd day in office , capping six-months since he was inaugurated. While reporters don’t catch wind of every meeting Trump holds, the daily guidance that the White House releases on the president’s schedule often shows more depth than President Obama’s schedule
Chilling Details on NY, NJ Bombing Suspect Emerge in Federal Charges
A federal complaint released Tuesday night against the suspect in a series of bombings and attempted bombings in New York and New Jersey this weekend appears to highlight his radicalization. Steps he took prior to the incidents paint a picture of what seems to be a calculated plotter aggrieved at
NYC Explosion: Buying Bomb Parts Through eBay
The man suspected of planting bombs in New York City and New Jersey was able to use the popular online bidding site eBay to secretly collect bomb components starting months ago, officials allege in court documents. Ahmad Rahami, the 28-year-old who was apprehended Monday after a shootout with
Federal Authorities Charge NY, NJ Bombing Suspect
Federal authorities today charged Ahmad Khan Rahami, the suspect in the New York and New Jersey explosions. Rahami has been charged in the Southern District of New York with one count each of use of weapons of mass destruction, bombing a place of public use, destruction of property by means of fire
Ex-National Guardsman Arrested for Trying to Help ISIS, Court Docs Say
A former National Guardsman was arrested for allegedly attempting to provide material support to ISIS -- and told investigators he wanted to carry out an attack in the style of the Fort Hood mass shooting , according to the Department of Justice . Mohamed Bailor Jalloh, 26, a former member of the
President Obama Announces Executive Action on Gun Control
An emotional president remembered the victims of recent mass shootings as he revealed new measures to reduce gun violence in the country.
Chattanooga Shooting Declared Terrorist-Inspired, Purple Hearts Awarded
The Navy will posthumously award Purple Hearts to the Sailor and four Marines killed in the Chattanooga mass shooting in July after both the FBI and Naval Criminal Investigative Service determined the attack was inspired by a foreign terror organization. Another Marine injured in the attack will
Obama on Prevalence of Mass Shootings: 'It's Too Easy'
The president says the country must take steps to make it "harder for individuals to get access to weapons."
Looking Back at the ‘Too Many Times’ Obama Has Addressed a Mass Shooting
"There’s been another mass shooting in America." With those words of lament, President Obama began his emotional statement on the shooting in Roseburg, Ore., Thursday -- the 15th time he’s had to make remarks following a mass shooting. Never has he appeared to so angry or so frustrated -- or so