Authorities ordered the evacuation of the 1,500 inhabitants of the nearby town of Ensenada, along with residents of two smaller communities.
Gov. Mike Pence has authorized a limited needle-exchange program for Scott County, located about 30 miles north of Louisville, Kentucky.
“Shoot me!” yells Michael Wilcox to the backpedaling officer, who keeps the suspect at bay until he ultimately surrenders when backup arrives.
Five months after she was nominated by President Barack Obama to serve as attorney general, Loretta Lynch will finally get a confirmation vote in the Senate.
Obama wants fast-track powers to advance free-trade proposals such as the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership. Many liberals and labor unions say free-trade pacts hurt U.S. jobs.
The death of Freddie Gray, a Baltimore man critically injured while in police custody, has sparked demonstrations across the city that touch on the fears many from his neighborhood say they feel about their everyday interactions with police.
White House senior adviser Brian Deese said although there’s “a lot of focus on climate change here in Washington,” the issue becomes less rancorous and political elsewhere.
Brown’s shooting led to sometimes-violent protests and spawned a national “Black Lives Matter” movement calling for changes in how police deal with minorities.
As of Wednesday, 873 sea lions had been rescued from the California coastline so far this year. That number is up from 59 of the same species at this time last year, she said.
The exhibit includes 100 stories of transforming health and life. An event featuring hospital officials and a member of the Ford family takes place Thursday.
Despite freezing-cold weather, the TinCaps tallied a season-high 19 hits and beat the Lansing Lugnuts, 9-5, at Cooley Law School Stadium on Wednesday night.
A Huntington University professor is taking Shakespeare to prison; the inmates are the star of the show.