An extraordinary sea of dark blue flooded the streets around a New York church Saturday morning -- thousands of police paying respects for one of two New York police officers who lost their lives in the line of duty last weekend.
The spokesman for the Ferguson, Missouri, police department is on unpaid leave and facing disciplinary action after reportedly describing the memorial honoring Michael Brown as a "pile of trash" in an interview with The Washington Post, the city has announced.
Sure, North Korea's government despises the movie "The Interview." But when its propagandists say it did not hack Sony Pictures before the original release date of the flick that satirizes dictator Kim Jong-un, they just might be telling the truth, according to cyber-security experts.
The U.S. Army calls World War II's Battle of the Bulge, a six-week campaign in the Ardennes Forest of Belgium that began on December 16, 1944, "arguably the greatest battle in American military history."