Nearly 3,000 Flint residents sued the EPA in 2017, saying the agency officials "negligently responded to the water crisis."
Victims of trauma may feel anxious, angry, or fatigued around the anniversary of a traumatic event. Psychologists call these anniversary reactions.
Originally it was classified a Category 4 hurricane.
The subpoena was served to Attorney General William Barr Friday morning. It requires him to turn over the materials by May 1.
According to several reports, the judge denied the parents' request for a temporary restraining order against the vaccination order.
The report is out. Now, it's up to Congress to decide what they want to do with the report.
A big part of McConnell's expected proposal will be limiting teen access to e-cigarettes.
Reporters Without Borders just released its annual index of press freedom across the globe.
President Trump's legal team called the results of the investigation "a total victory for the President."
At first glance, the 400-page report seems moderately redacted.
The 1814 White House fire led to discussions about moving the U.S. capital. Instead, the government rebuilt the city and its iconic structure.
Americans who had property confiscated by Cuba after the 1959 revolution will soon be allowed to sue.
The company applied for permission to offer telecom services in the U.S. nearly a decade ago.
In the 20 years since the Columbine High School shooting, Paula Reed continued teaching at the school.
The ruling is a major stall for a case that dragged on for more than seven years.
Law enforcement officials say an 18-year-old who is "infatuated" with the Columbine mass shooting traveled to Colorado Monday.
The agency said it needs the additional housing because of an overwhelming number of people crossing the border.
According to several reports, the district attorney for St. Landry Parish filed the new charges Monday.