Mohammed Haitham / Friday / Naval Air Station Pensacola

Thank you for your service ? Mohammed Haitham graduated in 2018. He followed his mother’s footsteps and joined the U.S. Navy soon after. He was killed Friday in a shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola. @ASalcedoNews  has this hero's story tonight on #10News 

tweet picture

Further articles on the same subject

Mohammed Haitham / Friday / Naval Air Station Pensacola

Logo alert
Add to feed Create your own feed

Loading
Loading

News

This week, @Beyonce  became only the 2nd artist in history to achieve a #1  single in the U.S. in 4 different decades. (The 1st was Mariah Carey.) Her appearance on Megan Thee Stallion's "Savage" is her 11th #1 , including hits with Destiny's Child. 🎵👑

tweet picture

The University of Connecticut student accused of killing two people, kidnapping another and leading police on a six-day manhunt was arrested in Maryland, authorities said.

tweet picture

UN human rights chief calls for "serious action" to stop police killings of unarmed African Americans

tweet picture

Protests demanding justice for George Floyd, who died after officers kneeled on his neck during an arrest, continued in Minneapolis for a second day — these are the scenes on the ground (warning: distressing)

Kerala: MP Veerendra Kumar, Rajya Sabha MP and Managing Director of Mathrubhumi Group, has passed away at the age of 84 in Kozhikode due to cardiac arrest.

tweet picture

Is @MayorRGiuliani  trying to orchestrate foreign intervention in the 2020 election to benefit Trump? Giuliani's lawyer says no. But documents obtained @MotherJonesy  raise this question.

Dr. Leana Wen says people need to be "more on guard" about coronavirus as states start to reopen: "All we have to do is look at the pictures from this last Memorial Day to know that there is widespread misunderstanding about what reopening means."

The US has marked the milestone of over 100,000 deaths from the coronavirus. How do we find the words to cope with this? And how do we talk to our children about it? The latest episode of @NPRLifeKit  shares 6 tips for talking to your kids about death:

Press Sec. Kayleigh McEnany: "No one believes in the First Amendment more than the President."

Loading
Loading