The legislation now heads to the Senate, which is on track to pass it before Tuesday’s deadline for increasing the so-called debt limit.
Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., was the GOP’s 2012 vice presidential nominee and is considered a telegenic spokesman for conservative priorities.
The Boston Globe reported that a judge granted the order to witch priestess Lori Sforza, who accused self-proclaimed warlock Christian Day of harassing her over the phone and Internet for years.
Richland County Senior Deputy Ben Fields was told of his firing late Wednesday morning.
During Tuesday’s morning commute, a trooper pulled over a man who tried to use a creepy Halloween doll to gain access to the carpool lane of Interstate 5 in Tacoma.
In places where salt is used to clear the roads of snow, the fuel tanks can rust under the reinforcement brackets that hold them to the SUVs.
The brief hearing revealed no new details about why Hastert agreed to pay $3.5 million to an unidentified person. The payments were allegedly intended to conceal past misconduct by the Illinois Republican.
Videos taken by students and posted online show the police officer warning the girl to leave her seat or be forcibly removed Monday after she apparently texted in class and refused to surrender her phone to the teacher.
Jones, a former University of Saint Francis football player, was shot three times by Palm Beach Gardens Police Officer Nouman Raja Oct. 18.
The National Transportation Safety Board says only about one in five recalled tires are removed from the road through the recall process.
The uptick, if it continues, threatens to draw resources away from other police department initiatives — and reverse some of the progress cities have made against violent crime over the last two decades.
The results were the strongest indication yet that Ford’s risky decision to remake its best-selling vehicle as a lighter aluminum model is paying off.
The two-year pact would give both the Pentagon and domestic agencies $80 billion in relief from budget constraints.
The Justice Department opened a civil rights probe Tuesday into the arrest of a student who refused to leave her high school class, after a deputy was recorded flipping the girl backward in her desk and tossing her across the classroom floor.
For the third time in seven years, General Motors is recalling cars that can leak oil and catch fire, in some instances damaging garages and homes.
A woman who settled a sex abuse lawsuit against Bill Cosby has sued the former prosecutor who declined to file charges, saying he has defamed her through recent attacks on her credibility.
Prison officials at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary are investigating after a drone carrying drugs, hacksaw blades and a cellphone was found crashed on the prison grounds.
Adacia Chambers is being held on preliminary counts of second-degree murder.
The University of Mississippi quietly took down the state flag on Monday, heeding the calls of those who say its divisive Confederate battle emblem is harming the school’s future in an age of diversity.
The UAW said local union leaders will meet Wednesday in Detroit to vote on the tentative agreement.