The TSA has been testing what it calls enhanced security procedures for carry-on bags at several airports in the United States, the agency said Wednesday.
Month: November 2017
Venezuela’s top prosecutor says Juan Pablo Pernalete was hit in the chest by a tear gas canister.
The governor said he is “not philosophically opposed” to legalization, and that he’ll work with the legislature to change some points. The bill resembles D.C.’s “home-grow” approach to marijuana.
The legal odyssey of Tommy Arthur, first sentenced to death in 1983, has became a symbol of the troubles of America?s capital punishment system.
As the case of the Seth Rich murder shows, uncorroborated stories will spread as long as some people want to tell them, and others want to believe.
He has faced plenty of pressure on the gridiron, but on Monday a CBS producer called Tony Romo “the next John Madden” of broadcasting.
This story is part of a series on ocean plastics. Every year, billions of pounds of plastic waste ? grocery bags, drinking straws, even cigarette butts ? pour into our oceans. Used by humanity for a few minutes at most, these single-use plastics likely will likely stick around for decades, or longer. Trillions of pieces
At least 21 people died when a bus plunged into an 820-foot gorge in Uttarakhand state, India, government officials said.