JetBlue passenger: Turbulence was 'like a movie'

Passenger Derek Lindahl posted a photo on Twitter of one of the plane's toilets apparently torn from its foundations during the turbulence. "I literally grabbed her out of the air to hold her to the seat", said Lindahl, a software engineer from Sacramento.

What we learned from Bears' 22-0 preseason loss to Broncos

The Denver Broncos rolled out a new-look offense in their preseason opener Thursday night, and the defending Super Bowl champions looked comfortable as they cruised to a 22-0 win over the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field thanks to a strong first-half effort.

Trump says comment on Obama founding ISIS was sarcasm

Trump has said he would "knock the hell out of ISIS", without offering details, and would persuade Gulf states to bankroll safe zones for Syrian refugees so they would not have to be brought to the United States. One of the things that is frustrating about his candidacy is the inprecise language. In an interview Thursday, Hewitt not only opened the door for Trump to walk back his remarks, he also tried to kick him through it.

Pakistan to Invite India For Dialogue on Kashmir

Pakistan to Invite India For Dialogue on Kashmir

He said that Indian intelligence agencies have remained involved in subversive activities in Pakistan especially Balochistan and Karachi. "The time has come for Pakistan to answer for its atrocities in Balochistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir", Mr.

12 people arrested at Dakota Access Pipeline demonstration

12 people arrested at Dakota Access Pipeline demonstration

In an effort to stave off construction, the Standing Rock Sioux tribe staged peaceful protests this week. About 225 people were on the protest side of the police-held barrier Thursday, and organizer LaDonna Brave Bull Allard said busloads of supporters were to continue to arrive today from other reservations around the region.

Trump says Obama-IS remark was sarcasm

Trump tweeted Friday morning that the media was missing his sarcasm . Meanwhile, on Thursday , more than 70 Republicans urged the Republican National Committee to cut funding from Trump's campaign and to aim it more at House and Senate races, a call Gingrich blamed on "establishment deserters".