Latest News Trump's Defense Pick Accused of Leaving Men to Die 2016-12-02T19:00:00.000000Z A former Green Beret is accusing retired Marine Gen. James Mattis, President-elect Donald Trump's Defense Secretary pick of "leaving my men to die". Tears for the 'Clown Of Aleppo,' Killed by Airstrike 2016-12-02T18:31:39.000000Z 'He lived to make children laugh and happy in the darkest most dangerous place.' Returning ISIS Fighters May Unleash Europe Attacks: Cops 2016-12-02T18:03:30.000000Z Car bombs, extortion and kidnappings are likely to be favored by groups of fighters or lone wolf attackers who have pledged allegiance to ISIS. 'Human Shields': Vets Vow to Protect Standing Rock Protesters 2016-12-02T17:34:00.000000Z When the sun drops below the horizon at the Oceti Sakowin camp in Cannon Ball, North Dakota, 15 degrees suddenly feels more like 5 degrees. Ex-NFL RB Joe McKnight Killed in New Orleans Suburb 2016-12-02T15:55:38.000000Z McKnight, who made a comeback in the Canadian Football League this year, was shot and killed in a road rage incident Thursday outside New Orleans. Student Sues Walden U.: 'I Wasted Six Years of My Life' 2016-12-02T15:52:00.000000Z The suit is the second since an NBC News report on the for-profit university, which once paid Bill Clinton $17.6 million as honorary chancellor. Suicide at 14: 'I Have Racked My Brain Trying to Understand' 2016-12-02T15:37:00.000000Z Connor Ball had seen more of the world than many people could hope to see in a lifetime. When he took his own life in 2011, it was a shock. How Computers Are Learning to Predict the Future 2016-12-02T15:27:00.000000Z MIT's latest AI research can actually create videos of the future, and might one day let computers make diagnoses from medical images, detect bank fraud, and operate vehicles better than humans. Trump, Clinton Aides Shout It Out in Post-Election Forum 2016-12-02T15:07:00.000000Z A Harvard panel that usually writes the first draft of presidential campaign history devolved into a shouting match between Trump and Clinton aides. Why This Weekend Will Be a Boon for Baby Boomers 2016-12-02T13:53:42.000000Z The world of pop culture is turning back the clock this weekend to honor and resurrect some of the most compelling artists and narratives of the past.