One analyst called it a “golden opportunity” for South Korean President Park Geun-hye to test North Korea’s willingness to improve shaky tie…
The demonstrations were aimed at raising awareness of the international ivory trade.
It’s unclear how the fairly small crustaceans escaped their container or what species they were.
Missoula, Montana’s Ranch Club neighborhood may look mild mannered, but it has a message for bears: you’re no match for our mothers.
Residents received their Permanent Dividend Fund Check of $1800
It’s nearly flu season and the Shawnee County Health Agency is ready to battle the bug.
Various left wing groups along with academics in Norway have been lobbying for Snowden.
University police said they are investigating and have notified local law enforcement and the FBI.
The Air Evac Lifeteam helicopter crashed just before 2 a.m. Saturday.
The tactic signals that even as the Islamic State group suffers battlefield losses, it is holding on to its edge in the propaganda war.
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Two years ago, Texas had more than 40 abortion facilities. For now, no more than eight will be open.
The man was surfing Thursday afternoon in an area called Jacks Point when he was bitten on the knee.
The chief says a fleeing SUV hit them both and dragged the woman.
The American Civil Liberties Union, which is helping the couples, noted the ruling was a first in the state.
Corbett could remove Feathers from the board for cause, but that would require the consent of the state Senate.
The beatification comes less than a year after Pope Francis certified Mencer’s improved eyesight as a miracle.
Friday evening, National Security Council spokeswoman Caitlin Hayden confirmed that Kassig was being held by Islamic State militants.
Further spread is unlikely because of the public health steps now underway.
Area teams remained perfect through the mid-way point of the season. Catch the highlights on the Football Frenzy.
Eight earthquakes in one week!
Authorities call the crime “deplorable”.
Company will take $160 million charge to offset cuts.