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The 41-year-old suspect is being treated for burns. He is not an employee of the Kyoto company.
Flight-critical data including airspeed, altitude and navigation could disappear, the FAA said.
Since it was launched in 2017, more than 80 million people have edited their photos through FaceApp.
The company is working on a project that would let voters track their ballots on personal devices.
Rep. Al Green introduced the resolution, citing the president’s contoversial remarks about 4 lawmakers.
It was no surprise Washington’s seven Democrats backed the measure and its three Republicans did not.
The former justice, who served 35 years on the high court, died Tuesday in Florida. He was 99.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi called the tweets “racist,” which Republicans tried to remove from the record.
The 71st Emmy Awards will air Sept. 22 on Fox, with the host yet to be announced.
Paul Njoroge says several demands must be met before the Boeing plane is allowed to fly again.
Republicans in Congress are wary of enduring a backlash from the president.
Report: Christians were harassed in 143 countries and Muslims in 140.
Asylum seekers who pass through another country first would be ineligible for asylum.
“I haven’t asked her yet so this could be a surprise to her,” Inslee said at a progressive conference.
He said they should go back to the “broken and crime infested” countries they came from. Three are U.S.-born.
After World War II, he was prosecuted for homosexuality, which was then illegal in Britain.
“R. Kelly bought his acquittal,” attorney Michael Avenatti said at a news conference.
Heavy rains on the Gulf Coast will test flood-prevention efforts implemented after Hurricane Katrina.
Most of 10,000 election jurisdictions use Windows 7, which reaches its “end of life” on Jan. 14,
Saturday to mark the 40th day since the deadly dispersal of a protest sit-in.