Judge Steven W. Rhodes, who is overseeing this city’s bankruptcy case, is looking for someone who can analyze Detroit’s final bankruptcy plan.
Some, like Colorado Sen. Mark Udall, have yet to take a firm stance on the pipeline.
The announcement by sheriffs in nine Oregon counties adds to growing resistance nationwide to the Obama administration’s use of local immigration enforcement.
The State Department will wait to decide whether to allow construction of the pipeline until it has a clearer idea how legal challenges to the route through Nebraska will be settled, sources said.
California’s drought has left rivers too shallow for salmon, so the government is trucking and barging them to the sea in the hope they will return.
He urges compliance with the agreement that would take steps to de-escalate the crisis.
Officials say a Delta Air Lines plane on a flight from Detroit to Denver reported an unspecified potential security threat and taxied to a remote area after landing safely at Denver International Airport.
Denver International Airport tweeted on its official account Delta Airlines Flight 1500 landed safely, and is in a remote area of the airfield due to a potential security threat.
The Utah State Medical Examiner's Office has completed autopsies of seven infants found in cardboard boxes in a woman's garage, but it is unclear when the results will be released.
The administration says it's not going to comment on the petition, which got 270,000 signatures.
Government officials aren't saying how and why the plane traveled to Iran.
A Pennsylvania high school student is in hot water for asking Miss America to prom during a question and answer session at school.
Rhode Island's Bryant University is asking students to resist the urge to take selfies with its president while receiving their diplomas.
The former Montana governor says the Nevada rancher doesn't represent cattlemen.
A memo shows how the Clinton White House viewed the "conspiracy commerce" of the right-wing.
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The topics in the Clinton administration documents include the conflicts in Somalia and Rwanda, Middle East peace talks, the Oklahoma City bombing and the attempt to overhaul the health care system.