The change comes after Niger's democratically elected president was deposed in a coup. French troops pulled out of neighboring Mali and Burkina Faso in recent years after coups there.
Maj. Gen. Janeen Birckhead of Maryland only became a soldier to help pay for college. Three decades later, she's risen to the top military position in Maryland, leading a force of 4,600 soldiers.
"It's an honor of a lifetime to finally check a Super Bowl performance off my bucket list," the music megastar said of his appearance at the Feb. 11, 2024 game.
Chaplains provide spiritual counsel at some of life's most raw moments. With psychedelic legalization spreading, some chaplains think this role should include facilitating psychedelic trips.
The Census Bureau wants to use an annual survey to ask people over the age of 15 about their sexual orientation and gender identity. This data could help enforce civil rights laws.
Thousands of New Yorkers alter or obscure their license plates to fake-out license plate readers used for toll collection and speeding cameras.
Gen. C.Q. Brown is poised to become the top U.S. military officer in a few days. One challenge he faces was on full display this week: Ukraine's visiting president requested more military assistance.
An NPR investigation found flaws in the Pentagon's claim that deadly airstrikes did not hit civilians. These are the documents NPR obtained from the Pentagon.
Academics, activists and Black history advocates were in Jacksonville, Fla. last week where they showed defiance of educational policies that ban books and discourage knowledge about Black history.
Having this virus is bad enough at home, where you might spend hours hugging the toilet. Imagine having it out camping. Investigators wanted to find out how backpackers were getting and spreading it.