Ken Bone and his bright red sweater became an overnight sensation following his appearance at the second presidential debate last weekend.
Samsung discontinued its Note 7 earlier this week in response to reports of the phones catching fire.
One of Clinton’s aids wrote that “the most powerful elements of the conservative movement are all Catholic” and described their positions as “an amazing bastardization of the faith.”
Using information collected by the Gun Violence Archive, news reports and public sources, media outlets spent six months analyzing the circumstances of every death and injury from accidental shootings involving young children.
The judge ordered a competency hearing and agreed with the prosecutor’s request that Bourgoin be held without bail. If convicted, Bourgoin would face 20 years to life in prison on each murder count.
“Nothing in our article has had the slightest effect on the reputation that Mr. Trump, through his own words and actions, has already created for himself,” the Times Attorney wrote.
The Category 3 system also flooded homes, damaged boats that broke away from their moorings and knocked out power to more than 27,000 customers who live in the British territory.
Only 9 percent of black students and 12 percent of Latinos attended public universities with the most-selective admission rates.
The Republican businessman devoted much of a Florida speech to defending himself against multiple reports of inappropriate sexual behavior.
That’s the message from government analysts who sifted through forecasts for a colder winter and slightly higher energy prices.
The new CR-V, unveiled Thursday, is scheduled to hit showrooms this winter. The timing is perfect, as consumers in the U.S. and worldwide show a preference for smaller SUVs that are almost as fuel-efficient as cars
The seasonal positions will be created at fulfillment centers, sorting centers and customer service sites in 27 states.
The officers came under fire late Wednesday night at a home in the East Boston neighborhood.
CBSN coverage of President-elect Donald Trump’s visit to Washington D.C. as he prepares to move to the White House in January.
Joe Arpaio became a national political figure by aggressively carrying out immigration patrols. Feds say he has denied a judge’s orders to end those patrols in Arizona.
Officer Betty Jo Shelby was charged with first-degree manslaughter in the Sept. 16 roadway shooting death of Terence Crutcher, 40.
The Chicago Teachers Union and the city of Chicago reached a tentative four-year proposal that includes cost-of-living increases of 2 percent in the third year and 2.5 percent in the fourth year.
Samsung Electronics’ stopped global sales of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphones amid reports that batteries were catching fire.
Several towns and cities in New England have for the first time opted to celebrate indigenous people rather than explorer Christopher Columbus’ 1492 arrival in the Americas.
The chain has become the latest retailer to take a stand against Thanksgiving shopping and plans to close its doors for the turkey feast.