California continues to shudder from quakes

There had been about 1,700 aftershocks since the Thursday quake, which was a bit higher than average.

You must sign in or register to continue reading content.

More in Nation-World

Accidental shootings by police expose training shortfalls

Accidental shootings have happened in recent years at agencies small and large and at all levels.

FAA seeks to fine Boeing $3.9 million for faulty jet parts

The action covers critical parts on Boeing 737s that were “more prone to fatigue and failure.”

FAA issues updated equipment rules for Boeing’s 737 Max jet

The public will have 30 days to comment on the document, which was posted on the FAA’s website.

Flight chief at Horizon Air alarmed at pilots’ safety culture

One flight out of Paine Field in Everett discovered a 4.5-ton discrepancy in weight after take-off.

Boeing chief engineer who defended Max airliner is retiring

John Hamilton will be replaced by Lynne Hopper, VP of engineering for Boeing’s commercial airplanes.

United buying 50 Airbus jets to replace older Boeing planes

The decision is a setback for Boeing, which is still reeling from the grounding of its 737 Max jets.

A tiny Montana town’s toxic-waste battle reaches high court

The plaintiffs say federal law does not override Montana’s constitutionally guaranteed right to a “clean and healthful environment.”

Impeachment trial presents campaign challenge for 6 senators

Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and the rest would be pulled off the trail just before ballots are cast in 3 early states.

With prime minister out, Iraq in constitutional ‘black hole’

The country’s constitution does not spell out how to replace the PM. Meanwhile, protests rage in Baghdad.

UN chief warns of ‘point of no return’ on climate change

He says the impact of rising temperatures is being felt around the world. A two-week climate conference begins Monday in Madrid.

Trump-backed gun owners seek Supreme Court win before 2020 vote

Today, the court will hear a case that could produce its first ruling bolstering gun rights since 2010.

White House says it won’t participate in impeachment hearing

Investigators plan a vote Tuesday to approve their report making the case for President Donald Trump’s removal from office.