Air Force updates its dress code policy to include turbans, beards and hijabs
7 days ago - By WGN TV
The US Air Force has updated its dress code policy to outline a clear approval process for Sikhs and Muslims who want to serve while wearing their articles of faith.
Under the new guidelines, which were finalized last week, Sikhs and Muslims can seek a religious accommodation to wear turbans, beards, unshorn hair and hijabs, and expect to be approved as long as their appearance is “neat and conservative,” except under extremely limited circumstances.
The final review for the accommodation must take place within 30 days for cases in the United States, and 60 days for all other cases...
Read more ...
Air Force updates dress code policy to include turbans, beards, hijabs
7 days ago - By KMBC
The U.S. Air Force has updated its dress code with more inclusive options for Sikhs and Muslims.
Read more ...
The headlines of News BreaK
California 2020 Super Tuesday Presidential Primary Election Results
Get real-time election results for California's 2020 Presidential Primary on Super Tuesday from KCRA 3 News in Sacramento.
Woman killed in New Orleans Mardi Gras float accident
A 58-year-old woman was killed when she was rolled over by a float Wednesday evening during a Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans, police said.
Fuel tanker overturns, sparking massive fire on Indiana highway
The incident sparked a massive fire that briefly engulfed an interstate highway.
Roger Stone sentenced to 40 months in prison
Long-time political operative and Trump confidant Roger Stone has been sentenced to 6 years in prison for perjury and obstruction of the ‘Russiagate' probe, in a process marked...
New rendering released for unidentified girl found in barrel in decades-old...
Authorities released a new rendering for an unidentified girl found dead in a barrel in New Hampshire in 2000.
Contigo recalls 5.7 million replacement lids on kids' water bottles
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water bottle.
Morgan Stanley to buy E*Trade in all-stock deal worth $13 billion
Morgan Stanley announced plans Thursday to buy discount brokerage E*Trade for about $13 billion in a deal that will boost the investment bank's wealth management business.
Roger Stone sentenced in case that rocked Justice Department
Roger Stone, a staunch ally of President Donald Trump, was sentenced Thursday on his convictions for witness tampering and lying to Congress.
David Ortiz slams ‘snitch' Mike Fiers for exposing Astros' cheating
Add David Ortiz to the list of people who think Mike Fiers was wrong to blow the whistle on the Astros' cheating scandal. The former Red Sox slugger told reporters Thursday in...
Roger Stone Sentenced To More Than 3 Years Amid Furor Over Trump And DOJ
President Trump's political adviser was found guilty on all counts by a federal jury last year after he was charged with lying to Congress and obstructing its investigation.