States with quirky election laws can make it possible that Election Day will come and go without deciding which party controls the Senate.
Dismantling the plant as soon as it’s shut down would cost around $765 million in current-value dollars.
He was “concerned that the atmosphere was collapsing” and needed to contact the president “so he could get word out to the people.”
The court issue an order finding that Anthony Falco Jr., 50, is not a risk to others or their property and set him free.
Two jets took off from a French base near Dubai Friday.
“The fight against ISIS must be well planned and thought out in order to earn the support of the American people.”
A 5-year-old Denver, Colorado boy suffered multiple broken toes Thursday when his school bus rolled over his feet.
A woman who lives near the barn says she found dead horses under tarps, some no more than skeletons.
For many large U.S. firms, expanding their pro bono efforts has become just another aspect of the practice.
The summit is the climax of a week of climate activities.
Marchers are encouraged to bring noise-makers to ‘sound the smoke alarm for a planet on fire.’
The suspect is 27-year-old Mike Wilson.
It’s not known how long it will take for the grand jury to make a decision on charges.
The government has closed the books on all but 20 of the 126 deaths it investigated under the law, finding many were too old to prosecute.
He was crowned as king in 2001 after the killing of his elder brother Birendra.
“Our country is acting as an aggressor, like Germany in the war,” said demonstrator.
Topeka’s 15-piece big band will play hits from the 1940’s, ’50’s and ’60s- the Golden Age of Swing.
The lecture will highlight Kuo’s expertise in nuclear safety and the reliability of electronics systems.
State police said Sunday they’ve still had no contact with 31-year-old Eric Frein.
Similar gatherings are scheduled in other cities worldwide.
Troopers are exercising extreme caution and are determined to find Frein and bring him to justice.
French forces last week joined combat missions.
There are currently about 300 officers on duty with the Topeka Police Department.It would need about 50 more officers to be at full staff.