The four people who were later diagnosed reported becoming ill between Nov. 29 and Dec. 1. Health officials believe they acquired the infections in the area before mosquito control efforts intensified following the initial case.
CEO Mark Fields said Ford’s plan to move production of the Ford Focus from Michigan to Mexico will proceed, in part because U.S. consumers demand low prices for small cars.
U.S. District Judge Paul S. Diamond in Philadelphia said he will rule Monday on the recount bid by Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein in Pennsylvania, where Republican Donald Trump won, beating Democrat Hillary Clinton by about 44,000 votes.
Glenn is to be buried at Arlington National Cemetery near Washington, D.C.
Guiliani, a loyal Trump supporter throughout the campaign, was an early front-runner to be secretary of state.
Officials estimate 2,500 buildings were damaged by the wildfires that spread in high winds out of the Great Smoky Mountains on Nov. 28.
A UPS driver is being credited with saving a woman who was beaten and being held captive in her home by her own husband.
The National Highway Safety Administration released a schedule for further recalls on Friday as it tries to get automakers to move faster on the fixes.
The public viewing at the Ohio Statehouse and a memorial service at Ohio State University’s Mershon Auditorium is planned for next week.
U.S. intelligence officials have accused Russia of trying to interfere in last month’s election by hacking into Democratic officials’ email accounts.
An Indiana union leader who was slammed on Twitter by Donald Trump for criticizing Trump’s Carrier deal. The man said he would be glad to sit down with Trump if he is sincere about saving American jobs.
“Uh, I did it,” Roof said in a video recording of the questioning, which was played for the public for first time Friday at his death penalty trial. “I killed them,” Roof said. As he talked more, he chuckled and said, “Well, I killed them, I guess.”
15 Russian medalists in Sochi had their doping bottles tampered with, including two athletes who won four gold medals.
Customs and Border Protection officers working with a narcotics-detection dog discovered the drugs, worth an estimated $5 million, in a shipment of vacuum pump parts.
Police in suburban Cincinnati are trying to figure out how a loaded gun got into the hands of four or five kindergarten students who were caught playing with the weapon.
The U.S. has about 10,000 troops in Afghanistan to train and advise Afghan security forces combating a resilient Taliban insurgency.
Officer Jody Smith initially clung to life after being gravely wounded Wednesday when the university officer went to help his friend, Americus Officer Nicholas Smarr, respond to a domestic dispute call at an apartment in rural Americus, about 130 miles south of Atlanta.
Puzder heads CKE Restaurants Holdings, the parent company of Carl’s Jr., Hardee’s and other chains. In 2010, he published a book called “Job Creation: How it Really Works and Why Government Doesn’t Understand It.”
After Trump secured the Republican nomination, McMahon became one of his most generous benefactors. Fundraising records show she gave $6 million to an outside group that aired supportive commercials and attack ads against Democrat Hillary Clinton.
In an uncharacteristically lengthy and personal farewell speech on the Senate floor, Reid warned of “a new gilded age” ahead and lamented how the Senate has changed. He cautioned colleagues to “temper” use of the filibuster, “otherwise, it will be gone.”