The California town was largely destroyed by fire earlier this month. High school "was the first, last and only truly carefree time," said Bob Wilson, who gave $1.1 million to students and staff.
The current version of the Farm Bill includes House-backed provisions that would streamline logging projects on federal land. The administration argues logging could mitigate wildfire risk.
The move would extend the rare deployment of active-duty troops at the U.S.-Mexico border, rather than only National Guard soldiers and personnel.
The FBI says they've found no evidence of "radicalization" of the shooter, Ian David Long, at the mass shooting at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, Calif., earlier this month.
The faculty union at Oakland University purchased 2,500 hockey pucks to be used as a potential weapon of last resort against a shooter on campus. They also double as a fundraising tool.
The federal indictment alleges Juan Antonio Hernández — a former lawyer and congressman in Honduras — smuggled tons of cocaine into the U.S., aided by prominent politicians and law enforcement.
A large decline in illegal immigration from Mexico means fewer unauthorized immigrants living in the U.S., and those already here are likely to be long-term residents, according to a new study.
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