“This is done! This is done! We are never going home!” a commentator on Icelandic TV said. He added, “Live the way you want England. … You can go home! You can go out of Europe!
White House aides acknowledge that the plan, to be announced by President Obama and his counterparts in Canada and Mexico, is a “stretch goal.” The commitment goes beyond the Paris climate agreement.
American cities pay out hundreds of millions a year to settle police misconduct complaints and lawsuits. An advocacy group in Minneapolis wants to require cops to pay for their own insurance.
Democrats on the panel unveiled their findings to get out in front of a Republican-led committee report that is expected to be far more critical of Clinton’s handling of the Benghazi attacks.
Secretary of State John Kerry reiterated in London on Monday that the U.S. could not find “a better friend and ally” than the U.K. But the relationship is bound to change.
“This problem is worse than doping,” French Secretary of State for Sports Thierry Braillard tells a newspaper.
Perdue Farms, one of the largest poultry companies in the country, says it will change its slaughter methods and also some of its poultry houses. Animal welfare groups are cheering.
A CDC advisory panel concluded the nasal spray vaccine is so ineffective that it shouldn’t be used by anyone during the 2016-2017 flu season. Until 2015, the spray was the top choice for kids.
But fans hope Messi will rethink his declaration of “I think it’s over” once the wave of postgame frustration at Argentina’s 4-2 loss to Chile in Sunday’s Copa America final has passed.
Many consumers in North America and Europe are willing to pay a premium for nutritious, organic grains. That makes the market ripe for a revival of millennia-old bread wheat, some plant breeders say.
In their first appearance together of the 2016 campaign, the progressive hero and Massachusetts senator enthusiastically endorsed the presumptive nominee.
McDonnell was sentenced to two years in prison after he was convicted of public corruption. The high court, however, ruled the government used too-broad an interpretation of the federal bribery law.
While Texas’ law governing clinics that perform abortions was among the most restrictive, many other states have laws with some of the same provisions.
The 2-year-old law required clinics that provide abortions to have surgical facilities and doctors to have hospital admitting privileges; the justices reversed a federal appeals court decision, 5-3.
In a 6-2 vote, the justices concluded that misdemeanor assault convictions for domestic violence are sufficient to invoke a federal ban on firearms possession.