by | June 26, 2017 | 01:14

The incident happened in late May, when she initially told police the children locked themselves inside the auto. After noticing the kids were missing, Randolph told officers she found them unresponsive in a locked vehicle and broke a window to rescue them.

by | June 24, 2017 | 01:13

Like the Ford Motor Company, the Senate Judiciary Committee has a better idea. The Chairman and ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee have sent letters to four individuals, including former Attorney General Loretta Lynch , seeking information about her handling of the Clinton email investigation.

by | June 21, 2017 | 06:44

Darwin Martinez Torres, 22, of Sterling, has been charged in the teen's death. Her attacker was 22-year-old Darwin Martinez Torres, who was identified as an illegal alien subject to an ICE detainment order. When prayers ended at the mosque, Nabra and her friends went to a nearby IHOP to eat one last time before fasting for the day and then started to walk home.

by | June 20, 2017 | 01:11

John Kasich, Gov. Steve Bullock of Montana, Gov. Brian Sandoval of Nevada, Gov. John Bel Edwards of Louisiana, Gov. Charles D. Baker of MA and Pennsylvania Gov. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz.; Lisa Murkowski , R-Alaska; Susan Collins, R-Maine; Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va.; and Dean Heller R-Nev., according to the report.

by | June 20, 2017 | 01:06

It also approved a measure that would force President Donald Trump to get congressional approval before relaxing any existing sanctions, Reuters reported. Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a news conference during his annual call-in-show in Moscow. In an interview, he dismissed the proposed sanctions and said they reflect an internal political struggle in the United States .

by | June 19, 2017 | 00:53

Trump accepted a challenge earlier this year from a CEO to create 5 million new apprenticeships. Apprenticeships would give students a way to acquire new skill without having the crippling debt that often comes with a degree from four-year college.

by | June 19, 2017 | 00:46

FIFA President Gianni Infantino, attending the match, also offered his condolences. Firefighters did "all they could" when faced with the blaze, he added. Peter's Square. Spain dispatched two water-bombing planes on June 18 morning to aid the Portuguese fire service on the ground, Costa said. The European Union said it would provide firefighting aircraft.

by | June 19, 2017 | 00:46

Clarke, a tough-on-crime conservative Democrat, announced last month that he was taking a job as assistant secretary in DHS's Office of Public Engagement. Kelly, the homeland security secretary, of his decision on Friday, according to an adviser. According to Peterson's statement, Clarke said he "is 100 percent committed" to Trump's success and that he "believes his skills could be better utilized to promote the President's agenda in a more aggressive role".

by | June 14, 2017 | 06:49

Former Republican National Committee Chairman Ed Gillespie has a major lead in fundraising and has led in public polls over state Sen. The lieutenant governor and the former congressman have few policy differences and share a similar liberal agenda on many issues.

by | June 13, 2017 | 11:31

The road was plunged into darkness as police sealed off the area and ordered residents to stay inside their homes for their own safety. An Ohio woman and her two adult daughters were found dead in their home after a family friend picked the lock when they did not answer the door.

by | June 06, 2017 | 06:38

Comey is also likely to be asked by lawmakers about Trump's assertion that the former FBI chief told him three times that he was not under investigation as part of the federal probe into his campaign's possible Russian Federation ties. Senators plan to ask Comey about those memos on Thursday. Trump asked Comey during a meeting to end the investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn , according to source familiar with the matter.

by | June 05, 2017 | 08:21

He's had some big moments and he had a big one today". The Blue Jays (27-29) were held to three hits and five walks by four Yankees pitchers. "It was big, no doubt about it, considering where we're at and the kind of team they've got", Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said.

by | May 29, 2017 | 11:51

A vessel arrives in New York Harbour to mark the beginning of Fleet Week . "We are sad to say, unfortunately, he was pronounced dead at 1:10 p.m.", Scorby said . The Navy SEAL landed in the river and the parachute landed in a parking lot at 30 Hudson Street. The Navy SEAL was taken to the hospital where he died.

by | May 26, 2017 | 13:11

Some 8,638 Chicago residents left the city in 2016. Later this summer, the Census Bureau will release additional population estimates by age, sex, race and Hispanic origin for the nation, states and counties. Outside of SC, cities in the South are growing rapidly. Grand Rapids is the state's second-largest city with an estimated 196,445 residents, up 0.7 percent.

by | May 23, 2017 | 02:50

Clarke appeared to have lifted lines from such diverse sources as the 9/11 Commission Report , a 2013 Washington Post article, and George W. Bush's book Decision Points. "I'd want to give anybody who's accepted a position in the administration a fair hearing, and I'd want to actually get the information, which I don't have".

by | May 22, 2017 | 16:05

Rain showers continue overnight , with mild temperatures ranging from 55 to 60 degrees and a southeast wind at about 10 miles per hour. The rain moved out by early afternoon, and temperatures in most areas climbed well into the 60s despite a persistent overcast.

by | May 10, 2017 | 03:45

The majority of Saucedo's alleged attacks took place previous year when seven were shot dead and two others were wounded over a four-month period - March to July - in a predominately Latino neighborhood in the Phoenix area. Police said they expect to pay out the $75,000 reward posted for information leading to an arrest. Others were afraid to come forward because many are immigrants in the us illegally or don't have their paperwork in order.

by | May 09, 2017 | 00:06

Haber said Oliver violated several policy violations but stopped short of detailing them, citing the officer's right to appeal his termination. The termination of Oliver comes on the heels of authorities changing their story after initially stating that the vehicle police fired upon was moving in "an aggressive manner ".

by | May 06, 2017 | 02:36

Logano was given NASCAR's most severe penalty, as his victory in the Toyota Owners 400 was deemed "encumbered". In addition, crew chief Todd Gordon gets smacked with a $50,000 fine and Logano is docked with the loss of 25 driver and owner points.

by | May 01, 2017 | 17:01

Before the event, Mr. Trump signed two more executive orders on trade, as he continued to follow through on his tough talk from before and after the election, vowing to do more to protect at home from what he says are unfair practices by Canada, Mexico, and other nations.

by | May 01, 2017 | 16:56

I mean, we're lap 1 and three-wide running people into the wall. "The boys had a great stop, which gave us good track position to pass the cars that stayed out", Logano said. For the first time since the Daytona 500 in February, Joe Gibbs Racing earned a stage win after Kenseth led all 100 laps of the first stage. Keselowski won Stage 2.

by | April 30, 2017 | 01:48

Fresh details of safety lapses are emerging at New Jersey's beleaguered mass-transit agency even as governor Chris Christie deflects blame and excoriates Amtrak , the national railroad, for mishaps and riders face upheaval. "In light of serious issues surrounding Penn Station. and its failing infrastructure, Long Island commuters have faced unprecedented hardship that must be addressed", Kaminsky wrote.

by | April 28, 2017 | 01:26

Late week things get hot and humid around here before yet again another storm system is slated to move in for Sunday . The National Weather Service is alerting the area for a possible round of severe weather late Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday night.

by | April 27, 2017 | 02:45

It will be the first scheduled paid speech of Obama's post-White House career. However, Obama's decision to do so has come under fire - particularly from those recalling his 2009 statement to CBS that he did not run for office "to be helping out a bunch of fat cat bankers on Wall Street".

by | April 21, 2017 | 23:27

Also, since Jerry Jones' Cowboys will play at Levi's and the Oakland Coliseum this season, would the National Football League arrange for those games to be back-to-back? Both teams will have a bye the week after, which is nice, but the Rams will play a road game at Jacksonville the week before.

by | April 21, 2017 | 23:22

Dubbed " Buy American and Hire American ", the directive follows a series of recent Trump reversals on economic policies. They are seeking a more merit-based method of awarding visas to highly skilled workers. And while we are on the subject, something needs to be said about the J-1 visa program so often used by foreign students for summer jobs. The administration's goal is to ensure such visas are given to the most qualified or highest-paid applicant, according to two senior officials.

by | April 20, 2017 | 09:30

Payton then revealed that the team wants to get Butler thru a trade and that it can only happen once the cornerback signs a contract with New England. As of yesterday, Malcolm Butler is back under contract with the Patriots. But it doesn't preclude the Patriots from keeping him in 2017, either. After trading the team's second-round pick to the Carolina Panthers for defensive end Kony Ealy , the Patriots aren't scheduled to make a selection this year until pick number 72.

by | April 20, 2017 | 09:28

A man arrested for a shooting spree in the central California city of Fresno on Wednesday in which three white men were killed saw himself as part of an ongoing race war, according to family and police. Police have said they think race was a factor in Tuesday's shootings, but they haven't discussed a motive in the guard's death. Wright says he expects the arraignment will be scheduled for Friday.

by | April 18, 2017 | 02:43

That's because the Excelsior Scholarship program, approved by the state Legislature under the 2017-18 budget, applies only to students attending the state's public schools. As a result, poor- and middle-class families often don't adequately prepare their children for the demands of college-level education. The best solution would be a national program like the one proposed past year by Vermont Sen.

by | April 16, 2017 | 02:47

United Airlines sparked outrage on Monday for the treatment of a passenger who was physically dragged off a plane the airline had overbooked, and one of the security officers involved in the incident was placed on leave pending an investigation.

by | April 16, 2017 | 02:40

Another result of the diplomatic wrangling: a surprising Chinese abstention on a United Nations resolution condemning a Syrian chemical weapons attack. sent a naval strike group to the region in a show of force. "Amid challenge there is opportunity". To rein in Pyongyang's nuclear and ballistic missiles programs, Japan and the United States agree that the role of China, the main economic and diplomatic benefactor of North Korea, is crucial.

by | April 14, 2017 | 15:11

JANESVILLE (WKOW ) - The manhunt continues for Joseph Jakubowski as investigators intensify their search efforts. Information about a Janesville man who stole firearms and sent a manifesto to the president has been distributed to Wisconsin Lottery outlets in hopes that someone will identify him.

by | April 08, 2017 | 07:38

Canada is USA agriculture's largest export market, and almost one billion dollars in trading revenue comes into Wisconsin each year from products shipped to Canada. "We've already seen how Canada's trade barriers have cost dairy plants in Wisconsin tens of millions of dollars", read a statement attributed to Sen.

by | April 07, 2017 | 02:36

Wolfe chronicled the experiences of the original seven US astronauts in his book, "The Right Stuff", which later became a popular movie. Glenn, who author Tom Wolfe once called "the last true national hero America has ever had", died four months ago in his home state of OH at the age of 95.

by | April 01, 2017 | 01:42

It allowed both Attorney General Jeff SessionsJeff SessionsSessions, Comey discuss threats with Jewish leaders Pot state Dems want federal regulation of marijuana Seattle sues Trump administration over sanctuary city ban MORE and Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly to block federal grants to jurisdictions that did not comply with federal immigration law.

by | March 31, 2017 | 01:57

Two White House officials were involved with the hand over of intelligence information to House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), according to a bombshell report in the New York Times . But Democrats cast doubts on the timing, and questioned White House's intentions in making the information available to a broader set of lawmakers. Spicer had previously dismissed the notion that the White House had funneled information to Nunes, saying the idea that the congressman ...

by | March 30, 2017 | 01:46

The Democratic National Committee has asked for the resignations of its entire staff in a bid to rebuild the beleaguered party after losing the White House and both houses of Congress in the 2016 elections. The painful 2016 cycle capped eight years under President Obama that saw the party lose more Senate, House, Governor and state legislative seats than under any other president in American history .

by | March 27, 2017 | 00:53

I'm playing good golf right now". "I didn't get the putts to go this match the way I had been making them previously and that was the difference", he said. Results back up Mickelson's confidence: Rahm has already won on this, his maiden season on the PGA Tour, finished in a share of third at the WGC Mexico and now swaggered through to the last four of the WGC Match Play.

by | March 26, 2017 | 00:49

He said "three times in 10 minutes, in front of thousands of people and with television cameras pointed in his face, that the new executive order is a watered-down version of the first ", which courts had said unfairly targeted Muslims, Abbas said.

by | March 26, 2017 | 00:43

Schumer said Gorsuch favors the "powerful over the weak" and would not check President Trump's agenda. "Whatever it takes to get him on the court, I will do", the South Carolina Republican told "The Mike Gallagher Show", when asked about the nuclear option .