When Navy ships collide, there is virtually always human error involved

When Navy ships collide, there is virtually always human error involved

"It’s humans that have to ultimately make navigation decisions,” an analyst of naval issues said.

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The banquet business was booming at Mar-a-Lago. Then Trump became president.

Trump’s club in Palm Beach, Fla., faces potential revenue losses as charities move galas elsewhere.

Gaza is running perilously short of power. This time, it’s not all Israel’s fault.

Israel says the Palestinian Authority is starving Hamas and the coastal enclave of electricity. 

Londoners in temporary housing after fire safety evacuations

The residents of roughly 800 apartments in London have been evacuated due to fire-safety concerns.

70-year-old D.C. man earns high school diploma

Anthony Wilkinson earned his diploma from Ballou High School in Southeast D.C. He is now enrolling in college.

French leader Macron proposes big expansion of his counterterrorism powers

The move alarmed civil liberties advocates. Defenders said it will make France safer.