Pilots will next cross the Atlantic Ocean for Europe or South Africa on their way to completing an aviation engineering feat to advance environmentally compatible technology.
Carter toured the 510-foot-long wooden ark after an invitation from a friend whose firm is helping construct the ark. The attraction is set to open on July 7.
Puerto Rico owes its creditors $2 billion payment by July 1.
The Cruze is one of GM’s best-selling vehicles.
The weeklong eBay auction to raise money for the Glide Foundation began Sunday and wrapped up Friday night.
Hubbard faces up to 20 years in prison for each ethics count.
A gunman opened fire at a Florida concert venue as a onetime star of “The Voice” signed autographs for fans after a show.
The directive rules public schools let transgender students use bathrooms and locker rooms matching their gender identity.
The couple has been charged on second-degree murder, involuntary manslaughter and child abuse.
Rebecca Guildford’s call-out for a celebration for her cousin’s 19th birthday has been shared more than 150,000 times on Facebook.
This comes three months after Hulk Hogan won a $140 million lawsuit against the online publisher.
The attacker has since been charged over the assault.
The National Transportation Safety Board is hoping to make recommendations to prevent a similar tragedy.
The music legend will be awarded a College of Liberal Arts degree.
The body scanner would cost $200,000.
The organization, UltraViolet, says it’s collected more than 824,000 signatures and other groups have gathered thousands more that they’ll deliver Friday to the California Commission on Judicial Performance.
Crystal Tarbell was homeless through high school. She’ll graduate Saturday with her school’s highest GPA and two college scholarships.
People gathered early outside Muhammad Ali’s boyhood home, which was decorated with balloons, flags, flowers and posters for Friday’s memorial.
A suspect is in custody in a shooting at an Ohio apartment complex that left a sheriff’s deputy and another person wounded, officials said early Friday.
The trolling started after Hillary Clinton was endorsed by President Barack Obama.