Designers are incorporating more masculine tailoring, while giving a contemporary edge to normally girly touches.
The No. 44 race car returned to its NASCAR shop in North Carolina on Saturday.
Mall security officers will be checking IDs to ensure compliance with a new policy at Monroeville Mall.
It’s the only ice runway in the lower 48 states approved by the Federal Aviation Administration.
The typical Ohio syrup season begins in mid- to late-February.
The 3,400-pound gondola built in 1982 was used on three blimps.
More than 25 people have applied for the job and several others have been recommended.
The suspect wanted in a weekend homicide in Sharon was arrested by U.S. Marshals Monday evening in Pittsburgh.
Crews battled bitter cold trying to contain the blaze.
The company responsible for financing the film didn’t deliver the promised funds.
Detectives were trying to verify whether the recovered dress is the same one Nyong’o wore.
Representatives of about 75 tribes from around the country converged on the Tulalip Indian Tribes’ resort and casino.
Employees who keep working during a shutdown would not be paid until Congress approves additional funding.
In an online post Friday, Google’s Blogger said longtime users thought it was unfair to suddenly change the policy.
The debate spread from the wedding to the Internet, initially from friend to perplexed friend on Facebook.
A liberal media watchdog has ordered its researchers to comb through years of the Fox News Channel host’s writings.
Teams have to build bridges from limited materials.
The university launched a new recruiting strategy this year called Pete’s Pride.
School officials are concerned that classroom barricades are in violation of state building and fire codes.
Earlier this month, state officials announced the Youngstown Developmental Center is to be closed by the end of June 2017.
Giant Eagle informed Teamsters Local 377 of its decision to close the facility when the current union contract expires.
William Rhinaman was one of several school employees, including the former superintendent, who was indicted in October 2013.