Democratic lawmakers have demanded changes designed to do more to protect workers and the environment and to make sure the deal’s provisions can be enforced.
Ex-Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick launched what he acknowledged to be a “Hail Mary” bid on Thursday for the Democratic presidential nomination.
The grim discovery was made after a witness told police that Paul Barton’s body had been in the suspect’s freezer since his death on Dec. 30, 2018.
It capped a nearly four-year rivalry that overshadowed Kentucky politics.
Italy’s government declared a state of emergency Thursday in flood-ravaged Venice, seeking to release money to repair the historic lagoon city after it was damaged by the highest tide in 50 years.
A student gunman opened fire Thursday at a Southern California high school, killing two students, wounding three others and shooting himself in the head, authorities said.
Los Angeles-based Cannon Commercial purchased more than 214,000 square feet of space at Westland Fair, at the southeast corner of Charleston and Decatur boulevards.
The U.S. Census Bureau crowned Nevada the nation’s fastest-growing state in 2018, and the Silver State ranked second in 2017 and 2016.
The utility that serves more than 5 million electrical customers in one of the world’s most technologically advanced areas is faced again and again with a no-win decision: risk starting catastrophic deadly wildfires, or turn off the lights and immiserate millions of paying customers.
Hong Kong police warned protesters on Thursday that they were moving “one step closer to terrorism” by sinking the city into chaos, as riot squads skirmished with militant students at major universities.