At least 10 buses pulled up to the NRG Center on the south side of the city just before midnight Tuesday.
While acknowledging long-standing ties between the Pyongyang and Beijing, Wang says China was compelled to act to guard against further instability.
The move comes following the violence at a white nationalist rally over a Robert E. Lee statue in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Osteen had faced criticism for not using the massive Lakewood Church as a storm shelter.
New Jersey officials say the U.S. Supreme Court should strike down a ban on sports betting in all but four states because it wrongly forces states to enforce a regulation that Congress wants.
Shell told state regulators this week that a floating roof over a tank at its oil refinery in Deer Park, Texas, partially sank during the heavy rainfall. The company said 100 pounds of benzene and 100 pounds of toluene were released.
Pastor David Stevens says Nathaniel Jouett, 16, started attending Living Word Church of God three months ago and appeared to be turning his life around after having contemplated suicide several months earlier.
Attorneys for death row inmate Gary Otte argue the state hasn’t shown it can ensure inmates are rendered deeply unconscious during lethal injection.
A judge listened to testimony from witnesses on both sides in a lawsuit seeking to make it legal in the state for voters to photograph their marked ballots.
A partnership led by New York-based real estate company Witkoff bought the Fontainebleau Las Vegas, a hulking bluish tower that was 70 percent finished when construction stopped and has since served as a training site for firefighters.
The White House said that transgender people would be allowed to continue serving until Mattis has completed an analysis.
A bat-wielding man was fatally shot Tuesday by officers in a confrontation outside a federal courthouse in Indiana, a day after he was escorted from the same building, police said.
Richard Preston spoke with WANE-TV in the wake of the Charlottesville, Virginia, deadly protests when he blamed the city’s mayor for the unrest.
The Republican governor said Monday at an unrelated event he hopes Texas doesn’t endure the delayed disaster relief vote New Jersey went through in 2013 after Sandy devastated his state.
Albert “Kell” Kelly was hired earlier this year as a senior adviser to EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt. Kelly was previously the chairman of SpiritBank, headquartered in Tulsa.
The advocacy group said Collins sits on the board of Innate Immuno, a company that is experimenting with a drug to treat multiple sclerosis. The group said Collins purchased millions of shares of the company while also sponsoring legislation that could benefit the company.
The lawsuit claims the mailing violated the law by revealing HIV information of about 12,000 customers in at least 23 states.
The attorney, Michael Cohen, disclosed the details Monday to the House intelligence committee. The committee is looking into potential Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. The statement was subsequently obtained by the AP.
Scientists say future storms in Texas and around the world will be wetter and wilder because of global warming. That’s because warmer air holds more moisture, and warmer water provides fuel for hurricanes.
“Run!,” he yelled at her. “Why aren’t you running? I’m shooting at you! Run!”