But don't expect any tanks. City streets can't take the weight. The planned November extravaganza will happen in Washington, D.C.
Three women who devoted their lives to helping traumatized veterans were killed by a patient who had been kicked out of their treatment program.
Each year, fewer Latinos in the U.S. speak Spanish. But the language is still a fundamental marker of their identity.
Vickie Christensen was appointed interim chief of the 35,000-employee agency late Thursday. She has been with the Forest Service for seven years and became a deputy chief in 2016.
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Tony Tooke has stepped down days after a report alleged that the Agriculture Department was a hotbed of sexual harassment and even assault.
The Nobel laureate's handling of the Rohingya Muslim crisis in Myanmar led to the museum's decision.
South Korean officials returning from a two-day visit to Pyongyang say North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is willing to discuss giving up his nuclear weapons with the U.S.