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Tuesday’s launch was the country's ninth round of weapons tests since late July.
The state's Guardian Program was expanded to include educators who pass screenings and undergo at least 144 hours of training.
Some thought it pertinent to bring up Dr. Evil's request in an "Austin Powers" film to have "sharks with frickin' laser beams attached to their heads!"
House committee leaders' letter suggests Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is attempting to "cover up illicit activity and misconduct."
A federal judge ruled against the new law requiring presidential candidates to release their tax filings to appear on the primary ballot. The state plans to appeal.
A wounded president who lost the popular vote is seeking foreign help to validate himself and attack his enemies.
Kevin McAleenan expressed frustration to The Washington Post about his inability to control the department's approach "in an increasingly polarized time."
The drug manufacturer will pay two counties $20.4 million as a federal trial over responsibility for the opioid epidemic looms.
The president said Democrats' inquiry was "intended to take away the Power of the People."
“Beyond the neon signs, we are a city of neighbors that look out for each other,” Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak said.
The measures will allow emergency workers to get compensated while recovering from post-traumatic stress from their jobs.
The White House trade adviser accuses Democrats of searching for a crime they could try to pin on Trump.
The president has a history of using racist and violent rhetoric about migrants, arguing before that firing on rock-throwing migrants should be allowed.
Reyes Daniel Ruiz, 34, said he primarily targeted younger women, including his personal friends and work colleagues.
This is the first death identified by the state since Gov. Phil Murphy launched a task force to investigate vaping in response to the national outbreak.
The third draft regulation in a year would shrink benefits for millions.
The president has continued his campaign to learn more about the still-anonymous individual despite federal protections for whistleblowers.
The judge ruled in the university's favor in a lawsuit alleging the school is biased against Asian Americans by considering race in its admissions process.
Democrats say a federal employee has "evidence of possible misconduct" concerning the president's taxes.