The U.S. military could provide logistical and intelligence support in the French effort against Islamist rebels in Mali, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Monday. The U.S. will "provide whatever assistance it can" as part of what Panetta said was the U.S. global efforts against al Qaeda. "We have a responsibility to go after al Qaeda wherever they are. And we've gone after them in the FATA (Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas). We're going after them in Yemen and Somalia.
WHUR's Troy Johnson talks with News4's Chris Lawrence talk about local reaction after students booed Education Secretary Betsy DeVos during her commencement speech at a historically black college.Published 1 minute ago
Despite a crisis which saw over 20 staff members quit a couple of months ago, Eurovision fans should breathe a sigh of relief: the show will go on. While die-hard fans will have spent a significant amount of money to travel to the Ukraine this year, most of Eurovision's 180 million viewers will be tuning in to watch it in their own homes.