Saying he saw no way to ensure the safety of the community or sufficiently monitor him, a federal judge on Monday ordered that Volusia County Proud Boys leader Joseph R. Biggs to be locked up as he awaits trial in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol building.
As National Guardsmen take fire while politicians continue to incite violence in Minnesota, some Guardsmen are finding themselves being harassed on the streets.
The Fort Jackson drill sergeant charged with assault by local law enforcement Wednesday after a widely shared video showed him shoving and yelling at a young Black man has been removed from his duties, officials at the South Carolina Army post said Thursday.
The Navy today confirmed that the officer who died from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound Sunday at the Kahala Hotel & Resort was a lieutenant commander assigned to the Naval Submarine Support Center at Pearl Harbor.
Hours after a white Fort Jackson soldier was charged with assaulting a young Black man, the soldier’s Columbia home was vandalized Wednesday night and law enforcement moved his family to another location, the Richland County Sheriff’s Department said.
An explosion on Thursday rocked part of the Iraqi capital Baghdad, killing at least one civilian and injuring 12 others, security sources said.