The state had previously sued over Trump’s initial travel ban, but that lawsuit was put on hold while other cases played out across the country.
The problem appeared to have lasted for around an hour.
In its first public hearing, House GOPers largely support Republican-backed Obamacare replacement
The takeoff “was aborted” on a day marked by high winds and “after strong braking” at Willow Run Airport, about 15 miles from the campus in Ann Arbor.
Instead of holding on to wedding dresses for decades, many new brides are willing to swap them online for cash.
LL Bean is pulling 3,000 adjustable snowshoes because the plastic material can weaken and break, posing a falling hazard.
The event coincides with the U.N.-designated International Women’s Day.
The Statue of Liberty has her juice back after an evening-long partial power outage.
Vice President Mike Pence told GOP lawmakers at the Capitol this was their chance to scuttle President Barack Obama’s 2010 law, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell forecast congressional passage by early April.
Poachers broke into the zoo overnight and used a chain saw to remove the horn from the rhino named Vince.
After Trump’s claim of underreported terrorist attacks last month, Pelley said on his newscast that “it has been a busy day for presidential statements divorced from reality.”
Witnesses told the Sun Herald of Biloxi that the bus was stuck on the tracks for about five minutes before he saw the train hit it.
The Environmental Protection Agency is close to an announcement reversing a decision made in the waning days of the Obama administration to lock in strict gas mileage requirements for cars and light trucks through 2025.
The tribes argued that construction under the lake violates their right to practice their religion, which relies on clean water, and they wanted the work suspended until the claim could be resolved.
The information included more than 8,700 documents and files that cover a host of technical topics, including what appears to be a discussion about how to compromise smart televisions and turn them into improvised surveillance devices.
China promised to take “necessary measures” to protect itself and warned that the U.S. and South Korea should be prepared to bear the consequences.
The measure would roll back the government’s health care role and is expected to result in fewer people having insurance coverage.
ames said he cried watching “The Lion King” and an episode of “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.”
Flu can spread from birds to humans when through the air, or when people touch a bird or an infected surface and then touch their eye, nose or mouth.
General Motors Co. is laying off 1,100 workers at an assembly plant in Michigan.