Iran’s state-run news agency and other media say an explosion has struck an Iranian oil tanker off the coast of Saudi Arabia.
Hot, dry winds sweeping into Southern California raised concerns that the region’s largest utility could widen power shutoffs Friday to prevent equipment from sparking wildfires.
For a nocturnal view of New York, visitors have until 1:15 a.m. to take a new, high-speed, translucent elevator to the 102nd floor.
The campaign started this week and the department noted on Facebook that leaving behind a pet’s mess in many cases violates a city ordinance.
Circuit Judge Joseph Bulone called Michael Drejka, 49, a “wanna-be” law enforcement officer and a self-appointed “handicapped parking space monitor.”
The defense had filed papers saying the misdemeanor forcible touching case should be dismissed based on accounts of two witnesses who say it never happened.
Rep. Steven Horsford is co-sponsoring a bill to cap the costs of life-saving prescription drugs at $2,000 per year for people in the Medicare program.
North Dakota Agricultural Commissioner Doug Goehring said the snow on top of a wet autum was causing “a great deal of anxiety” for farmers and ranchers.
Rep. Nita Lowey, D-N.Y., who was instrumental in blocking funding to revive the stalled Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository, announced she will retire from Congress.
Police have said Patrick Crusius of Dallas confessed to the Aug. 3 mass shooting and that he targeted Mexicans.