A police captain told local news outlets that drivers reported seeing a tiger early Wednesday on the northbound lanes of Interstate 75 in Stockbridge — about 20 miles southeast of Atlanta.
Police have put on a show of force, blocking streets around the embassy with vehicles and barriers. Jakarta police spokesman Argo Yuwono says up to 6,000 personnel are deployed to ensure security.
In a 63-page report released Wednesday, Human Rights Watch says el-Sissi, a U.S. ally who was warmly received at the White House earlier this year, is pursuing stability “at any cost,” and has allowed the widespread torture of detainees despite it being outlawed by the Egyptian constitution.
The first-place Red Sox admitted to Major League Baseball that they used an Apple Watch to relay signals from opposing catchers to Boston players, The New York Times reported Tuesday. Sign stealing has long been a part of the game, but employing electronic gadgets to do it is against the rules.
Lawmakers face a daunting workload and fast-approaching deadlines, including the need to fund the government and increase the United States’ $19.9 trillion debt ceiling by month’s end.
Tech companies have pushed against efforts to curb immigration, which they see as vital to their industry.
The no-frills tickets often cost about $40 less per round trip than a regular economy seat, but sometimes the difference is under $10. Passengers who book basic economy on American can’t pick their seat ahead of time, they board last, and they can’t stow a bag in the overhead bin.
The company plans to build the plant outside the town of around 5,300 residents about 30 miles west of Kansas City and expects it to be open in mid-2019.
The unprecedented change to the usual judicial process drew criticism from Democrats, who also blasted the $3 billion incentives as a corporate welfare giveaway. But they didn’t have the votes needed to stop the proposal.
The head negotiators for all three countries at the talks in Mexico City said progress had been made, but U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said some areas were going to be challenging.
The Mexican food chain said it will begin offering all-natural warm queso in restaurants nationwide next Tuesday.
The company is adding 43 miles to the Leaf’s range, bringing it to 150 miles per charge. It’s also cutting the price by $690 to just under $30,000.
Four-door versions of the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon also earned “good” ratings, but two-door versions didn’t. The Nissan Frontier was the worst performer.
“Be an Outsider,” the chain is urging, in a campaign starting this month that celebrates the outdoors as something to be enjoyed with friends and family.
Forty-eight-year-old Nicolas Frank Sucich likely faces more than four years in federal prison under a plea agreement struck Tuesday to charges of wire and access device fraud. He’ll return for sentencing Jan. 5, when prosecutors and his defense attorney hope the judge will approve their agreed-upon 51-month sentence.
In a Sept. 1 letter to the Justice Department obtained by The Associated Press, the committee wrote that it had served subpoenas on Aug. 24 to the department and the FBI for documents related to the panel’s investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Heavy rain and 185-mph winds lashed the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico’s northeast coast Wednesday as Hurricane Irma roared through Caribbean islands on its way to a possible hit on South Florida.
Hurricane Irma’s size and strength put the entire state of Florida on notice on Tuesday, and residents and visitors prepared to leave in anticipation of catastrophic winds and floods.
A photographer for a small news organization who was shot by a sheriff’s deputy who mistook his camera for a weapon is uninterested in seeing the officer punished, the newspaper said Tuesday.
The Trump administration announced Tuesday it’s rescinding the program, which has provided nearly 800,000 young immigrants a reprieve from deportation.