The College Lake Dam has been strained by heavy rainfall. Overnight, worries about its imminent collapse sent alarm through the community.
Tokyo Medical University says it is investigating the reports. The points deduction was apparently aimed at keeping the number of female students at about 30 percent of the class.
Government agencies have released a proposal to freeze fuel economy and emissions requirements for six years. The proposed rules would also block California from setting its own, higher standards.
Vice President Pence will be on hand when 55 boxes thought to contain remains of U.S. troops arrive at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii. They will be sent to a lab for possible identification.
The Government Accountability Office says 3 million more Americans are likely to have experienced under-withholding from their paychecks in 2018 as a direct result of the new tax law.
The federal agency "did not do an adequate job of protecting" the government's interest, according to a report by the GPO's Office of the Inspector General that NPR has obtained.
As the federal government tries to undo its migrant family separation policy, Trump administration officials faced tough questioning Tuesday from lawmakers on Capitol Hill.
Jay Austin and Lauren Geoghegan had spent just more than a year on the road. They kept a detailed blog, writing at one point, "By and large, humans are kind ... Generous and wonderful and kind."