Democrats in Congress continued to highlight damaging material in special counsel Robert Mueller’s report in committee hearings Wednesday.
Oregon was the first state to legalize such assistance, in 1997, and it took over a decade for the next state, Washington, to follow suit.
Former White House Communications Director Hope Hicks has agreed to a closed-door interview with the House Judiciary Committee, the panel announced Wednesday.
He appeared in response to a subpoena from the panel’s Republican chairman as part of the committee’s investigation into Russian interference.
The Charlotte Observer reports Madison Moore was a third-grade teacher in a school district north of Charlotte.
Nevada’s attorney general is recommending approval of a $25 million settlement with homeowners and others who sought more than $300 million in damages after fire destroyed 24 homes.
A big-rig truck driver has been arrested after authorities spotted a phony license plate on his rig.
The House Rules Committee voted 7-4 on Wednesday to kill the funding request by Rep. John Shimkus, R-Ill., a staunch advocate of nuclear waste storage at the Nevada site.
Ford is recalling over 1.3 million vehicles mainly in North America to fix rear suspension and transmission control software problems.
The pilot killed when his helicopter hit the roof of a New York City skyscraper in rain and fog radioed that he was lost and trying to get back to the heliport but couldn’t find it, an official briefed on the investigation told The Associated Press on Tuesday.