A recently released internal CIA report on Khaleed al Masri’s arrest reveals that the agency knew he shouldn’t have been detained but continued to imprison and interrogate him for five months. Masri is seeking an apology from the United States, but to date the U.S. has said nothing about his imprisonment.
Lawmakers, including at least one Democratic senator, criticize Attorney General Loretta Lynch for meeting with former President Bill Clinton amid an FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s handling of classified information
For some Latin Americans, there is a stinging familiarity hearing Donald Trump rail against “disgusting” this and that. It reminds them of home. They think he sounds like Latin America’s infamous strongmen known as caudillos.
Nancy Grace, the host of one of HLN’s most popular shows, announced Thursday that she is leaving the network after nearly 12 years. “This fall, I’ll be leaving HLN, my longtime TV home, with a full heart and endless gratitude,” Grace, 56, said in a statement.
Lexington’s Most Wanted is a service of the Office of the Fayette County Sheriff and the Lexington Herald-Leader. (Like the sheriff’s office on Facebook.) Each week, a new photo gallery features mug shots of fugitives and information about them and warrants issued for their arrests.
In this age of more responsive – some would say permissive – parenting, most of us have moments when we ask ourselves, “Has my kid just stepped over the all-important line that separates ‘spirited,' or ‘confident' from ‘a complete brat'?”
The Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority at its monthly meeting on Thursday approved tax incentives for projects including North America Sticks of Corbin, which makes ice cream and coffee stirrer sticks, and New Riff Distilling of Newport for a “whiskey campus.”