The detention center was opened in January 2002 to hold foreign fighters suspected of links to the Taliban or the al-Qaida terrorist organization.
In November 2014, a man turned up at a fire station with what is now the museum’s flag, saying he’d seen a recent History Channel piece about the mystery.
The largest U.S. bank was ordered to pay millions related to opening unauthorized customer accounts as a means to meet sales goals.
It’s not clear what caused the cable cars to stop — or if there was an electricity outage — in the panoramic Vallee Blanche Cable Car that rises to an altitude of 12,395 feet.
Ford says a spring tab in the door latches can break, and the doors either won’t close or could pop open. Dealers will replace the latches for free.
The recall covers certain 2010 through 2013 Mazda 3 compact cars, as well as 2012 through 2015 Mazda 5 vans.
The cause of the deadly collision was under investigation. But a witness reported the planes looked like they were attempting to land simultaneously.
Two employees laid off by the parent company of for-profit college chain ITT Technical Institute have filed a lawsuit claiming the company violated federal law by not providing 60 days’ notice.
A county judge Wednesday ordered immunity from prosecution for anyone who turns in heroin or other potentially deadly drugs after a stunning surge in overdoses in the Cincinnati area.
President Barack Obama has nominated a Washington, D.C., attorney for the federal bench. If confirmed, he would be the first Muslim American to serve as a federal judge.
The woman was seen falling before dawn Wednesday from the 11th deck of the Carnival Ecstasy.
The caricature of Gov. Paul LePage was painted during the past week on wall belonging to a wastewater treatment facility. The art also includes the words “racist,” ”homophobe,” ”moron,” and “governor” — which has a red line through it.
After spending most of the summer away from the spotlight in Washington D.C., both the House and the Senate are returning to Capitol Hill.
Tests have confirmed carfentanil in the bodies of eight recent overdose casualties, Hamilton County’s Dr. Lakshmi Sammarco said Tuesday. The drug is used to sedate elephants.
The two companies also said Tuesday that they will enter a procurement joint venture that will help source parts for both businesses.
Hermine rose up over the Gulf of Mexico and hit Florida on Friday as a Category 1 hurricane before weakening to a tropical storm across Georgia.
Tribe spokesman Steve Sitting Bear said protesters reported that six people had been bitten by security dogs, including a young child.
Francis praised her as the merciful saint who defended the lives of the unborn, sick and abandoned, recalling her strong anti-abortion stance which often put her at odds with progressives around the world.
Forecasters expected Hermine to regain hurricane force on Sunday as it travels up the coast before weakening again to a tropical storm by Tuesday.
No major flooding was reported, and the storm caused no deaths or serious injuries.