The war veterans chosen for rehabilitation are carefully selected at The Pathway Home, somewhere at the intersection of significant need and a willingness to get better. The few selected must want to be there. Former Army infantryman Albert Wong, before he killed three clinicians and himself Friday at the Pathway Home's facility in Yountville, California, was not doing as well as his fellow veterans seeking care for issues like post-traumatic stress disorder.
More than 16 months ago, Stormy Daniels signed a confidentiality agreement that prohibited her from discussing her alleged affair with Donald Trump. Or his business. Or his children. Or his "alleged children."
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump plans to attend the Summit of the Americas gathering next month in Peru, the White House announced Saturday - a visit that may underscore tensions in the region over the administration's policies on immigration and trade.
The National Rifle Association on Friday filed a lawsuit in federal district court over Florida lawmakers' approval of a broad package of gun-control and school security measures, as the gun rights group contended the bill violates the Second Amendment of the Constitution with a provision raising the minimum age to purchase rifles from 18 to 21.
President Donald Trump's wish for a military parade in Washington on Veterans Day has been granted.
A middle school teacher in Florida has been suspended for 10 days after allegedly using the n-word, calling students "dumb" and making other racist or inflammatory comments in class. David Swinyar, a math teacher at Kernan Middle School in Jacksonville, Florida, was suspended without pay Tuesday by Duval County Public Schools. The district had been investigating Swinyar since October, when a student's mother complained about the teacher's behavior.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott defied his longtime allies at the National Rifle Association on Friday to sign into law a new set of gun regulations, more than three weeks after a school shooting claimed 17 lives in his state. "I am going to do what I think are common-sense solutions," the Republican governor said after the signing. "I think this is the beginning. There is now going to be a real conversation about how we make our schools safe."
LOS ANGELES - Will it happen? Could it happen? The news Thursday that Barack and Michelle Obama are in talks with Netflix to create nonfiction shows sent the intrigue-meter spiking from Washington to the West Coast. The development, reported by The New York Times, has the ex-president and ex-first lady negotiating with Netflix for issue-driven shows. The former first couple would serve as producers and maybe even star; a talk-show format isn't out of the question.
A neighbor of Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., pleaded guilty Friday to a violent November attack over landscaping that left the senator with six broken ribs and sidelined him from work in Congress on the tax overhaul. Rene Boucher, 59, was found guilty of one count of assaulting a member of Congress during a brief hearing in federal court in Kentucky, his attorney said. He is scheduled to be sentenced on June 15.
It has been one month since the story became public of the abuse I suffered at the hands of my ex-husband, Rob Porter, along with accusations from his first wife, Colbie Holderness. Yet the White House has still not acknowledged our names or apologized to us for mishandling the situation.