Iran unveiled a short-range solid fuel ballistic missile Saturday, an upgraded version that the government says can more accurately pinpoint targets.
The spill’s aftermath has cost the EPA $3.7 million through Thursday, according to information provided by the agency.
After the exhibit closes, the spheres will be donated to schools, hospitals and other organizations.
Anthony Sadler and two Sacramento-area friends, Spencer Stone, 23, and Alek Skarlatos, 22, helped subdue Ayoub El-Khazzani, a man with ties to radical Islam who was carrying a handgun and an assault weapon Friday.
Indiana’s track record speaks for itself, task force members and outside experts said.
The founder of Minority Humanitarian Foundation said his makeshift operation is necessary: “The underground railroad wasn’t our first choice. It was our last choice.”
Investigators determined a SUV turned into the path of a motorcycle.
The owner of the Smokehouse Tobacco Outlet in Fort Wayne was shot and killed after a man tried to rob his store in April 2014. It’s reopening under new ownership.
Wiffleball fans have already begun counting down to next year following the 24th annual tournament Saturday
The group against Planned Parenthood is protesting a series of secretly recorded videos made by the Center for Medical Reform.
Last year, Goodwill’s employment services provided 12,241 services to people.
Before the school day even started, a beloved elementary school teacher was struck and killed by a semi on Interstate 469.
FWCS superintendent Dr. Wendy Robinson said with transportation changes and building improvements, it’s taken the community to make it a smooth start of the year.
He reiterated his intention to end “birthright citizenship” for children of immigrants here illegally.
A wave of selling has hammered major indexes, with the S&P 500 losing nearly 6 percent in the past week.
The 5-year-old boy accidentally hung himself on the daycare’s playground.
Casting himself as a tax-cutting, passionate government reformer, Jeb Bush drew merely polite applause Friday from thousands of the nation’s most-active tea party conservatives.
Investigators are trying to figure out why an armed veteran slipped through a side door of a federal building in Manhattan, fatally shooting a security guard before killing himself.
French authorities are questioning the attacker and are expected to speak to at least one of the Americans on Saturday about what happened.
The closed-door meeting at Panmunjom began early Saturday evening, shortly after a deadline set by North Korea for South Korea to dismantle loudspeakers broadcasting anti-North Korean propaganda at their border, said an official from South Korea’s Unification Ministry, who didn’t want to be named because of office rules. North Korea had declared that its front-line troops were in full war readiness and prepared to go to battle if Seoul did not back down.