I live in rural New Hampshire. When I drive to town, I pass by a house that has a very tall outdoor shed. Every now and then, impressive nor’easters lash us with high winds and rain. We also get our fair share of powerful gales.
SEATTLE – State programs to help transition people out of homeless encampments and into housing are running out of money, Gov. Jay Inslee said Thursday, calling on the Legislature to provide funding to keep them going.
The 34-year-old man shot and killed by a Spokane police officer last weekend at the north Spokane Walmart was in possession of a stolen gun and had methamphetamine in his system, according to court documents.
The federal indictment against Hunter Biden on tax evasion charges has provided a boost to House Republicans at a critical time in their impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden, spotlighting the kind of wrongdoing by his son that they have repeatedly tried and failed to connect to the president himself.
A federal judge in San Diego on Friday approved a settlement that prohibits U.S. officials from separating migrant families for crossing the U.S.-Mexico border illegally and offers aid to thousands of parents and children forced apart under the Trump administration.
Congress is expected to begin voting next week on the final version of its annual defense policy bill, the National Defense Authorization Act, which brought the U.S. military and national security spending more broadly to the main stage of America's culture wars over the summer.
Ryan O’Neal, a television heartthrob in the 1960s and longtime companion of Farrah Fawcett, died Friday, his son Patrick said in an Instagram post. O’Neal had announced that he had prostate cancer in 2012. He was 82.
The Houthis, Iranian-backed rebels in Yemen who have launched recent drone and missile attacks on Israeli and American targets, are emerging as an unpredictable and dangerous wild card in the Middle East -- the proxies that Iran considers most suited to widening the war with Israel.
In a major advance, the Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved two gene therapies that target sickle cell disease, one of which is the first commercially available treatment in the United States based on gene editing technology.
President Emmanuel Macron of France was in the heart of Paris on Friday to check on the progress of the restoration of an 860-year-old limestone landmark: Notre-Dame Cathedral, whose familiar silhouette is rising once again on the skyline of the French capital.