Video originally released Jan. 11, 2008: A Navy combat camera photographer was just doing his job at the U.S. Navy base at Guantánamo on Jan. 11, 2002, the day the first war on terror captives arrived. Little did he know that the pictures he took that day would emerge an enduring image of the controversial prison camps.
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Photos from Guantánamo caused stir
Ski-lift in Georgia malfunctions, launches skiers into the air
Fighting Venezuela’s repression with my violin
Toys R Us is closing all of its US stores
Dog reunited with family after being shipped to Japan by airline
Ego, money and politics: Americans who spied for Russia
How to truly help panhandlers
To reunite with family in Miami, these Cubans must travel to Bogota
Man robs Las Vegas Strip casino in blackface
The Mueller investigation into possible Russia - Trump campaign connection so far
Remembering Aleppo, a city in ruins
Japanese basketball team unveils free-throwing robot with a 100 percent shooting record
Students nationwide walk out of class for the #NationalSchoolWalkout
From the 20th century to the present, Russia has been the primary beneficiary of American espionage. Here's a look at the most memorable offenders, from Aldrich Ames of the CIA to Robert Hanssen of the FBI.
Wuilly Arteaga is a peace icon known for playing his violin during last year’s deadly protests against President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela. The National Guard destroyed his violin and tortured Arteaga in jail. Now he’s calling on the world to condemn Venezuela’s rulers.
The chain’s CEO said the plan is to liquidate all U.S. stores, and likely those in Australia, France, Poland, Portugal and Spain. Stores in Canada, central Europe and Japan would remain open for potential buyers for those assets.
A German Shepherd was reunited with its family in Wichita after being mistakenly shipped to Japan on a United flight. The family was flying to Kansas City as they prepared to move to Wichita when they discovered their dog had not arrived.
A phone call interrupted Maydelin Alfonso Vázquez's monologue in the lobby of the Montecarlo Hotel, about six blocks from the U.S. embassy. Some of the Cubans staying there while they waited for U.S. visas listened to her litany of difficulties.
It is natural to want to help people in need, but experts say giving cash to panhandlers may not be the best method. A better way to help is by donating to local charities designed to work with the homeless.
Police arrested a man they say robbed a cashier at the New York-New York casino in Las Vegas of $23,000 on January 10, 2018. Cameron James Kennedy, 26, allegedly covered his face with black makeup before the robbery, but the casino cashier told authorities she thought that he was white because his skin tone was "off" and "blotchy," according to the Las Vegas Sun. Las Vegas Metro police arrested Kennedy on Jan. 25 and charged him with armed robbery. If convicted, Kennedy could face up to 20 years in prison.
Cue, a robot who has created by Toyota and perfected its skills through artificial intelligence, demonstrated its shooting ability against two human opponents — Seiya Ando and Zack Baranski — who play for Alvark. Over ten shots, Ando and Baranski made eight shots between them, while Cue achieved a perfect score.
Students from across the country walked out of class on March 14, 2018 at 10am to protest gun violence and demand new legislation. The students left for 17 minutes to commemorate the 17 lives lost in the Parkland shooting.
During a hearing on school safety and gun violence, Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., asked Acting FBI Deputy Director David Bowdich about the agency's authority to deny a gun sale to someone based on information that he or she threatened to commit a mass shooting.
A research organization that has released declassified Department of Defense footage in the past posted a new video on March 9, which they said shows US Navy footage of an unidentified flying object off the east coast of the United States in 2015. The video was released by To The Stars Academy of Art and Science, a research organization founded in October 2017 by Luis Elizondo to conduct research into “exotic science and technologies.” An analysis of the video, published by To The Stars, said that the unidentified object showed no obvious wings or tails. To The Stars also said that there was no exhaust plume from the object, which would be visible on conventional aircraft filmed in the manner seen in the video.
The Payne County District Attorney's Office has released surveillance video showing a Stillwater, Oklahoma bonds woman shooting and killing a client on August 9, 2017. 41-year-old Chasity Carey was acquitted last week of the first-degree murder of 38-year-old Brandon Williams. Williams was one of her clients and Carey reportedly told officers she had called Williams to her office that morning with the intent of taking him into custody and revoking his $35,000 bond. She was arrested hours after she called 911 saying she had shot Williams at her office. She told investigators a fight broke out between her and Williams during the meeting and that she shot Williams in self-defense.