WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. State Department said on Thursday it released $400 million in cash to Iran under a tribunal settlement only once it was assured that American prisoners had been freed and had boarded a plane.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Justice Department announced plans on Thursday to phase out its use of privately operated prisons, calling them less safe and a poor substitute for government-run facilities.
ISTANBUL — Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday accused followers of a U.S.-based Islamic cleric he blames for last month's coup attempt of being complicit in attacks by Kurdish militants in Turkey's southeast which killed 10 people.
WENATCHEE — In about three or four weeks, it will be illegal to turn right on red from Mission Street onto Miller Street, perhaps better known as the turn in front of Albertsons or the right after Cafe Rio.
Eastmont High School cheerleader Isis Sanchez helps lead Wildcat Cheerleading Camp participants as they put on a demonstration for their parents during the last day of the camp at Eastmont Community Park.