A multi-state agreement aimed at slowing the decline of Lake Mead can’t be finished until California finds a way to solve two major, long-simmering environmental fights, top water managers said Thursday.
Two jets each carrying more than 160 passengers have made safe emergency landings in northern Illinois following bird strikes.
The Obama administration suggested Thursday that Russian President Vladimir Putin personally authorized the hacking of Democratic officials’ email accounts in the run-up to the presidential election and said it was “fact” that such actions helped Donald Trump’s campaign.
Agency’s acceptance of rights to Michael Heizer’s enormous earth artwork City on private land within Basin and Range National Monument will lead to public being able to view it “soon,” Nevada’s Sen. Harry Reid said Thursday.
Dylann Roof was convicted Thursday in the chilling attack on nine black church members who were shot to death last year during a Bible study.
Connecticut and 19 other states, including Nevada, filed a lawsuit on Thursday against generic drug makers saying they entered into illegal conspiracies that raised prices on two common generic drugs.
The father of a Texas teenager who used an “affluenza” defense in a fatal drunken-driving wreck has been found guilty of falsely identifying himself as a peace officer.
A convoy of ambulances carrying the first group of wounded and other civilians began leaving eastern Aleppo on Thursday, marking the start of the long-awaited pullout from the last rebel enclave in the embattled Syrian city.
Traces of explosives have been found on some of the victims of an EgyptAir flight from Paris that crashed in the Mediterranean Sea in May.
For most people, developing altitude sickness at 9,000 feet in one of the most inhospitable environments on earth – would count as a fairly substantial life crisis. But most people are not Buzz Aldrin.