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He became paraplegic following a suicide attempt in jail.
The decision comes more than three years after authorities began examining the roots of a scandal.
They were damaged in suspected attacks on Thursday, leaving one ablaze and the other adrift.
It is her first visit since she was acquitted by an appeals court in 2011 of her roommate’s murder.
They resemble the color palette of the plane he used for his 2016 presidential campaign.
He also said that he’d have no obligation to call in the FBI if he were approached.
Snakes have no natural predators in Hawaii and pose a threat to the state’s native species.
Uber and the city of San Diego won a bid from the FAA to test food delivery by air.
The move to add U.S. troops serving at a “world-class” new Polish base comes at expense of Germany.
“It’s the earliest strong evidence of people getting high” on marijuana, said a university botanist.
Lawsuit claims they were chained to the deck in the sun and given rancid food and deprived of water.
Estimated that in 2016 about 6,600 cases reflected potential neglect or abuse that was not reported.
Ali Bahrami says there’s no exact timeline as work progresses on fixes to the grounded 737 variant.
A former University of Illinois doctoral student is accused of kidnapping and beating her to death.
He asserted executive privilege over documents concerning plans to add a citizenship question to the Census.
Tens of thousands demonstrated after days of tension over a plan to allow extraditions to China.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is on a mission to ease tensions between the U.S. and Iran.
They repeatedly laid into each other while traveling in the battleground state of Iowa.
The White House hasn’t revealed its plans. The National Park Service has also gone silent.