The spill occurred Monday evening when a fuel line burst while transferring diesel. It’s too early to determine how the spill may have affected the environment.
Last month, a jury found Roof guilty of all 33 counts related to last year’s massacre at a historic black church in South Carolina that left nine parishioners slain at a Bible study, including hate crimes and obstruction of religion.
Although Donald Trump is targeting GM on Twitter today for importing compact cars to the U.S. from Mexico, the company says all of its Cruze sedans sold in the United States are now made in Ohio.
Millions of people around the world have tuned in to watch the eaglets emerge.
The ethics change, which prompted an outcry from Democrats and government watchdog groups, is part of a rules package that the full House will vote on Tuesday.
The line of severe thunderstorms spawned several possible tornadoes, and the threat continued into early Tuesday for southern Alabama, southwest Georgia and the Florida Panhandle.
Three people are in custody Monday awaiting formal charges after two Dakota Access pipeline protesters rappelled from the roof of the U.S. Bank Stadium to hang a banner during the Minnesota Vikings’ season finale against the Chicago Bears.
An internet search reveals the fake quotes and various incarnations of the story have been shared by numerous websites since at least 2015.
Seven vessels and four dive teams are taking part in waters 35-45 feet deep.
While prosecutors plan to call up to 38 people related to the nine people killed and three who survived the June 2015 slaughter during Bible study, Roof said last week he plans on calling no witnesses and presenting no evidence.
The superstar vocally stumbled through her short set, failing to sing for most of it despite a pre-recorded track of her songs playing in the background. Dick Clark Productions is hitting back against Mariah Carey’s claim.
There was a 56 percent increase in shooting deaths over the previous year. Of the 64 who were fatally shot, 21 were killed in ambush attacks often fueled by anger over police use of force involving minorities.
Between the Cubs winning the World Series, to Colin Kaepernick refusing to stand for the national anthem, to Ryan Lochte’s embarrassing PR blunder at the Rio Olympics, sports news in 2016 was sometimes improbable and often nothing short of controversial.
Between the floods in Louisiana and Texas, Hurricane Matthew and Hermine, and the Gatlinburg wildfires in Tennessee, many felt the devastating effects of the punches from Mother Nature in 2016.
Barack Obama made plenty of headlines with his agenda for the final year in the White House. Meanwhile, Donald Trump was under fire for a vulgar hot mic moment and Clinton faced scrutiny after FBI-director gave her famous emails a second look.
The latest injunction signed by U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor comes four months after he blocked a higher-profile new set of transgender protections.
If the clouds hold off enough, Comet 45P/Honda-Mrkos-Pajdušáková should be a good sight with the help of some binoculars or even better, a telescope.
Americans weren’t thrilled with the year. Only 18 percent said things for the country got better, 33 percent said things got worse, and 47 percent said it was unchanged from 2015.
2016 was a year chocked full of viral trends like Pokemon Go!, the victim of a Kit-Kat theft who became an overnight sensation, Ken Bone, Harambe, Chewbacca Mom, creepy clowns, and the mannequin challenge.
Malware code linked to Russian hackers and found on a Vermont electric utility’s computer is further evidence of “predatory” steps taken by that country against the U.S.