However, a rebel group has said it shot dead the two pilots as they tried to land safely in northern Syria after ejecting from the jet.
Turkey reportedly shot down a Russian SU-24 jet on Tuesday by Turkey near the Syria-Turkey border.
How come a Turkish TV crew was in the right place, filming in the right direction as Russian plane shot down? Lucky? Or tipped off?
— Lindsey Hilsum (@lindseyhilsum) November 24, 2015
Syrian rebels chanted ‘Allahu Akbar’ over the dead body of a Russian pilot shot down by a Turkish jet today in shocking footage released shortly before a separate group blew up a Putin chopper sent to find survivors.
Maybe their approach should have been to go to the Girl Scouts and say: Instead of painting our nails and clipping our — whatever they do — to do archery and do climbing. Going through that process.
The Indianapolis Star reports that the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana filed the lawsuit Monday night on behalf of Indianapolis-based nonprofit Exodus Refugee Immigration. It accuses Pence of violating the Equal Protection Clause of the Constitution and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act by accepting refugees from other countries but not from Syria.
US Muslim Saadiq Long made headlines after he was not allowed to fly to Oklahoma from Qatar to see his ailing mother.
When the plane landed, passengers walked out of the airport without having their passports or bags checked by Customs and Border Protection, sources told The News.
Several people were reportedly wounded in a stand-off between officers and hostage-takers in the French border town of Roubaix.
Blue Origin, a private space company, announced Tuesday its New Shepard reusable rocket successfully flew 100.5 kilometers into space and returned to its launch site.
This Christmas, the Freedom from Religion Foundation will give their own nativity a nontraditional makeover. The hallowed scene — on display at the county courthouse — will include the Statue of Liberty, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson, all huddled around a manger, cradling the Bill of Rights instead of Jesus.
Attorneys representing the family of Ahmed “clock kid” Mohamed sent a letter to Irving, Texas, officials demanding $15 million in compensation for “damages” as well as written apologies from the city’s mayor and police chief.
Carlyle Begay, an Arizona state senator and Navajo, switched parties from Democrat to Republican this morning.
Protesters said at least two gunmen opened fire just outside of the Plymouth Ave. encampment.
The witnesses say the protesters pursued and caught with the three men, punching them again. The men made gestures as if reaching for their guns but apparently did not brandish them at that point.
a yoga class designed to include disabled students has been canceled after concerns the practice was taken from a culture that “experienced oppression, cultural genocide and diasporas due to colonialism and western supremacy,” according to the group that once sponsored it.