A former postal worker has been sentenced to a year of probation in federal court after he was caught stealing prescription medications bound for military veterans in order to treat his ailing son.
The United States’ busiest travel days of the year are likely to be even more complicated for travelers flying through U.S. airports.
The State Department issued a worldwide travel alert Monday over possible risks due to increased terrorism threats.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley is putting a hold on top State Department appointments — including the nominee for the department’s fourth-highest post — until he gets the answers he’s seeking from a former top aide of Hillary Clinton tasked with helping determine which of the former secretary of state’s emails should be made public.
The TSA’s R&D lab is constantly testing alternatives, including the Qylatron. By Qylur Intelligent Systems, the Qylatron is a honeycomb-style set of lockers.
In the coming days, President Obama will sign legislation putting in motion a massive military retirement overhaul that will affect the personal finances of hundreds of thousands of service members for decades to come.
U.S. Justice Department attorneys were expected to fly to Minnesota on Sunday to investigate the killing of a black man that has prompted protests and calls for the two Minneapolis police officers involved in the shooting to be prosecuted.
According to an Associated Press analysis, airplanes spent 23 minutes and 32 seconds, on average, taxiing between gates and runways during the first nine months of the year. That’s the longest it has been since the Bureau of Transportation Statistics started tracking taxi times in 1995 and a 50-second increase over last year’s average.