Prosecutors say the defendants engineered a scheme to claim child immigrants from authorities.
Some museum experts and critics, however, said the Smithsonian compromised its ethics.
Dozens of cities and counties from across California are racing to enact new bans on marijuana-growing.
The EPA says cities need to take steps to reduce lead levels if they exceed 15 parts per billion.
Much of the mainstream Republican reckoning with Trump is rooted in deep disdain for Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.
Both parents are 20. The boy was turned over to child protective services.
Warmbier is from Wyoming, Ohio, and was studying finance at the University of Virginia.
A man died in southeastern Kentucky when his car collided with a salt truck Thursday, state police said.
Cottrell was shot in the head last Sunday, allegedly by a suspect believed to have been targeting an officer.
Even before the snow began to fall Friday afternoon, states of emergency were declared.
Lowellville grabbed a share of the ITCL Blue Tier lead Friday night after topping McDonald at home.
Turner remains in Trumbull County Jail, awaiting sentencing on the conviction.
Police say the man robbed Citizens Bank on S. State Street in Girard.
In October, he returned to New Jersey from the campaign trail when it appeared that Hurricane Joaquin was going to slam into the state.
The results were on display during a recent pop-up fashion show at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
The bulk of Friday’s 3,500 cancelations are in Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina, according to flight tracking service FlightAware.
Snow, ice and wind are hitting Tennessee, the Carolinas, Virginia and as far south as Mississippi. Tens of millions are expected to be impac…
It could take a long time to determine the actual costs of fixing the disaster in this financially struggling city, where more than 40 perce…
The National Background Investigations Bureau, will take over the job of running background checks on all federal employees, contractors and…
Tempe Union High School District spokeswoman Jill Hanks said Friday that the discipline process remains ongoing.
The president of the Chicago Police Board, which oversees disciplinary actions against police, addressed that code this week.
The result could create snowdrifts 4 to 5 feet high, so even measuring it for records could be difficult.