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The country's official newspaper reported leader Kim Jong Un supervised the test and is continuing to upgrade his country's military. The report said the weapon carried a "powerful warhead."
A state court report said Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent operations in courthouses discourage noncitizens from reporting crimes and pursuing justice.
Drivers can now go online and file a report themselves for car accidents that don't involve injuries in Los Angeles.
LACMA’s controversial new design plan will cost $650 million dollars - with taxpayers footing a big chunk of the bill.
The Census Bureau is counting on the Supreme Court to resolve the legal battle by June so that 2020 census forms can be printed. But an appeal in a Maryland lawsuit could complicate that timeline.
Under Trump administration orders, the U.S. Agency for International Development is readying to lay off most staff on Palestinian projects, according to U.S. government communications reviewed by NPR.
At issue is "packaging fees" – deals that allow agents to be paid by studios, rather than receiving a standard 10 percent of writers' income. The writers say such deals create conflicts of interest.
The latest advance is not only encouraging news for patients with severe compromised immunodeficiency. It's a test case for all those scientists working to develop better gene therapy techniques.
The ruling by the attorney general is the latest step by the Trump administration designed to discourage asylum-seekers from coming to the U.S.
The cells regained a startling amount of function, but the brains didn't have activity linked with consciousness. Ethicists see challenges to assumptions about the irreversible nature of brain death.
The Department of Justice said defendants allegedly pushed more than 32 million unneeded pills, contributing to a drug crisis and potentially defrauding the health care system.
The settlement goes to a teenager who was sexually abused and then kidnapped by a teacher at her Catholic high school. The archdiocese apologized for the "serious harm" done to the victim.
"I'm acknowledging the fact that we didn't pay attention to the internal culture," says interim President Karen Baynes-Dunning.
It's the latest measure officials in the region have taken to combat the disease. Between Rockland County and New York City, more than 500 cases have been confirmed since the start of the year.
In the messages, Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx expresses concern with heavy-handed charging of Empire star Jussie Smollett, compared to other defendants accused of more serious crimes.
Nuclear waste cleanup at the San Onofre nuclear power plant has been on hold since last summer after a mishap involving a 50-ton container of radioactive material.
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California bill would create statewide rental data registry to track eviction and displacement, but privacy concerns remain for landlords| April 17 2019, 10:34 AM
As part of a sweeping package of bills in Sacramento aimed at addressing housing, an Oakland assemblywoman is sponsoring a bill that would create an online data registry where landlords who oversee rental units with more than 15 dwellings would be required to submit data.
In 2006, the majority of Americans were either “very uncomfortable”, or had “reservations”, about a gay person running for president.
Dr. Jonathan Sherin leads the largest Mental Health department in the nation and its challenges are deep and wide-ranging.
On Monday, clothing designer Eric Brunetti’s trademark case was argued before the Supreme Court.