The archive of all headlines from July 22, 2015, organized by time of publication.
Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter has yet to make a decision on any newly proposed deals to transfer individual detainees, and his delay is generating mounting concern in the White House and State Department, officials say.
Haditha has remained an outpost of resistance, but its nearly six-mile-long dam that is the country’s second-biggest producer of hydroelectric power makes it a valuable prize for the Islamic State.
The Washington Post’s petition filed before the U.N. Human Rights Council sought to increase pressure on Iran over its treatment of reporter Jason Rezaian, whose 365 days in prison far surpass the record for any Western journalist held by the Islamic Republic.
A dash-cam video showing the confrontation between Sandra Bland and a Texas trooper during her arrest was not edited, and the apparent glitches in it were technical problems caused during the uploading process, the Texas Department of Public Safety said Wednesday morning. A new video will be uploaded… Sandra Bland arrest video has continuity problems, anomalies (25 minutes in)
Under a last-minute agreement, city officials agreed to table legislation that would cap the company’s growth in its largest market but will still study the impact of new transportation services on congestion.