The Equifax breach affects approximately 143 million Americans nationwide and 3.8 million Indiana residents.
Amazon will build three new warehouses next year, including one in Ohio.
The Florida Highway Patrol escorted gasoline trucks to dry fuel pumps, SpaceX squeezed out a rocket launch and officials in Georgia and Florida ordered thousands of people to leave the coast as Hurricane Irma barreled toward a collision with the U.S. this weekend.
“Instead of working with schools on behalf of students, the prior administration weaponized the Office for Civil Rights to work against schools and against students,” Betsy DeVos said in a speech at George Mason University.
The Lake Erie island resort town’s Village Council fired its police chief in 2015 after he was accused of blocking an investigation into sexual assault claims against an officer.
There were no examples in the records from four U.S. bases of disciplinary action being taken against anyone who retaliated against a person who reported a sexual assault.
Death row inmate Gary Otte wants the death penalty declared unconstitutional in his case because he was under 21 at the time of the crime.
It turns out President Donald Trump sent his reassuring tweet about so-called “Dreamers” at the urging of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of California.
Residents in parts of the Miami metro area are under mandatory orders to leave their homes Thursday morning as Hurricane Irma barrels toward the region.
Holcomb echoed Trump, saying it’s Congress’ job to take up the issue now. He added that he hopes the matter can be addressed with “compassion and common sense,” though he did not say what he thinks that should entail.
That should clear the way for Bass Pro to pay $61.50 per share to acquire Cabela’s. Shareholders and the Federal Trade Commission already signed off on the deal.
Stores targeted included Abercrombie & Fitch, Banana Republic and Victoria’s Secret.
The U.S. attorney’s office says 46-year-old John Douglas, of Alpharetta, Georgia, was sentenced Wednesday in Boston to two and a half years behind bars and ordered to pay almost $692,000 in restitution.
The Transportation Department said it found no evidence that United violated the passenger’s civil rights and not enough evidence that it violated rules regarding bumping passengers.
Its mission will include advancing the hardware, software and algorithms used for artificial intelligence. It also will tackle some of the economic and ethical implications of intelligent machines and look at its commercial application for industries ranging from health care to cybersecurity.
The army said the Israeli warplanes fired several missiles while in Lebanese air space.
Gay rights advocates argued in a two-day emergency hearing in the High Court in Melbourne that ended Wednesday that the government did not have the constitutional power to survey the public through a 122 million Australian dollar ($97 million) postal ballot on whether the prohibition on same-sex marriage should be lifted.
Bondi said Wednesday that many of the calls dealt with complaints about the prices being charged on water, food and gas, although she said people have also called to complain that stores are running out of supplies.
The U.S. Education Department says DeVos will address Title IX enforcement in a speech at George Mason University’s campus in Arlington, Virginia.
Leslie Van Houten, the youngest of Charles Manson’s murderous followers, was recommended for parole by a state panel that concluded she has radically changed her life during the more than 40 years she has been in prison for two brutal murders she helped commit 48 years ago and is no longer a threat to society.