The U.S. research vessel Sikuliaq can break through ice as thick as 2.5 feet. In the Chukchi Sea northwest of Alaska this month, which should be brimming with floes, its limits likely won’t be tested.
New safety standards aimed at limiting suicide risks have led to overhauls inside hospitals, with psychiatric facilities and wards removing bathroom doors, stripping artwork from walls and requiring patients to wear paper gowns instead of their own clothes.
As the second week of impeachment hearings begin in Washington, Democrats will call witnesses who listened in on President Trump’s infamous July telephone call with Ukranian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy.
The shooters did not speak, and in the darkness no one reported getting a good look at them.
Jail records show Danville police charged the women with shoplifting, robbery and animal cruelty.
Authorities discovered a camel, a cow and a donkey roaming together along a Kansas road in a grouping reminiscent of a Midwestern Christmas Nativity scene.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s announcement ends an official legal review that has been in place for four decades.
A House committee will consider a bill Tuesday that would proceed with development of the Yucca Mountain project, but it faces an uncertain future on the floor and in the Senate.
The program is expected to address a shortage in Southern Nevada of speech pathologists, who work with patients who have disorders related to speech, language or swallowing.
A press release for the campaign said it uses “impactful, even shocking” images of South Dakotans to try to communicate that meth should be tackled by everyone.