Congress is expected to take up the issue when it returns from its August recess this week.
The Senate parliamentarian ruled Friday that Republicans only have the ability to dismantle the law with 51 votes until the end of the month.
William and Kate, both 35, already have two children: Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 2.
Springer made a failed bid for governor in 1982 and twice considered running for U.S. Senate. He bounced back from a prostitution scandal in the 1970s to win election to a term as Cincinnati mayor.
Critics say the law unfairly singles out HIV because of outmoded stigmas against the gay community and doesn’t take into consideration current survival rates for people with HIV.
The licensing fight began in March when Republican Gov. Matt Bevin’s administration claimed the clinic lacked proper transfer agreements and took steps to shut it down.
It’s the second emergency meeting in a week about North Korea after a powerful nuclear test explosion added another layer of urgency for diplomats wrestling with what to do.
Government workers on the islands of the northeast Caribbean are clearing drains and pruning trees as authorities urge residents to prepare for Hurricane Irma.
Harvey’s filthy floodwaters pose significant dangers to human safety and the environment even after water levels drop.
The end of protections for young immigrants who were brought into the country illegally as children will come with a six-month delay, people familiar with the plans said.
Authorities in southeastern Michigan found cocaine and the drug ecstasy hidden inside a potato chip canister that was smuggled from a home by a 14-year-old girl.
The contamination was first discovered in the 1980s. An investigation later found arsenic in groundwater and soil.
Positively Me is a program that focuses on helping children build positive self-images and embrace diversity.
A man is proposing a small museum be created to preserve the memories of Pleasant Lake, which was once much more vibrant than it is now.
The TinCaps tied a season high with 18 hits en route to a 12-4 victory over the West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers) on Sunday night at Fifth Third Ballpark.
Authorities are investigating the death of Aaron Joel Mitchell, 41, who broke through a two-layer security perimeter during the Man Burn event in which a giant, wooden effigy is set ablaze.
Donald Fagen said in a statement Sunday that his Steely Dan bandmate was not only “an excellent guitarist and a great songwriter” but also “smart as a whip,” ”hysterically funny” and “cynical about human nature, including his own.”
Officials announced “proactive measures” to ignite the six remaining trailers at the Arkema plant in Crosby, but said it wouldn’t pose any additional risk to the community. People living within a mile and a half of the site are still evacuated.
It is customary for presidents to leave notes for their successors. But typically these missives do not come to light so quickly.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti declared a local emergency. At the state level, Gov. Jerry Brown did the same for the county after the wildfire destroyed three homes and threatened hillside neighborhoods.
Ashbery, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and often mentioned as a Nobel candidate, died at his home in Hudson, New York. His husband, David Kermani, said his death was from natural causes.
Despite holding its fourth straight opponent scoreless in the first half, the Fort Wayne women’s soccer team fell to Western Michigan at Hefner Soccer Complex 1-0 on Sunday (Sept. 3).
Emergency dispatchers said the motorcycle driver was taken to a hospital in serious condition.