The possibility of the Las Vegas Valley’s first “significant” taste of what has been a delayed monsoon season didn’t happen Tuesday, but rain chances will linger.
Five trees planted in New Mexico from seeds taken to the moon during the Apollo 14 mission and given to the state by NASA have all died or been forgotten, according to officials at the locations where the trees were planted decades ago.
The Trump administration on Tuesday proposed tightening automatic eligibility requirements for the food stamp program, a change that could affect about 3.1 million people.
The separate discoveries of three bodies and a burning car with missing occupants are shaking rural northern British Columbia.
The Justice Department has told former special counsel Robert Mueller not to stray beyond his report on Russian election interference when he testifies to Congress on Wednesday.
Authorities say the remains of a western Iowa man who was reported missing in 2009 were found this year inside a closed supermarket where he’d worked.
Li Peng, a former hard-line Chinese premier best known for announcing martial law during the 1989 Tiananmen Square pro-democracy protests that ended with a bloody crackdown by troops, has died. He was 90.
A Georgia woman is accused of dropping and fatally injuring her 3-month-old baby during an altercation with another woman.
Impairment is suspected in a two-vehicle crash that overturned a Nevada Highway Patrol SUV in a crash in downtown Las Vegas early Tuesday.
With Boris Johnson confirmed as the next leader of the Conservative Party and British prime minister, the outlook for the British economy has become murkier — and potentially more perilous.