“We decided to release the manga after hearing from our residents that the current manual is hard to understand,” a Hokkaido official said.
Informant could not disclose information he gathered on Russian racketeering because he signed a nondisclosure agreement with the FBI
A judge's sign-off is still needed to make the settlement effective
Analysts say North Korea may have to move on to other tunnel testing sites or build new ones.
"It was important for us not to follow any recipe for a ‘First Lady gown,’" the dress designer said
Senators are expected to grill Attorney General Jeff Sessions today.
The U.S. sent a military plane with supplies less than three days after the deadliest attack in the African country’s history, but many Americans believe the country should help its citizens more, including Puerto Rico.
The single mother said taking care of her children was overwhelming and that she “couldn’t do it anymore.”
Instead of bringing immediate charges, the Department of Justice investigated the Russian plot for nearly four years
Republicans say there are "numerous reports emerging almost every day" of Robert Mueller and his team engaging in conflicts of interest
Gun camera manufacturers say they provide unobstructed views of officer-involved shootings and don't come with data storage costs
Leaflets from North Korea typically contain anti-American content but the latest wave are aimed specifically at Trump
Many voters are purged from the rolls in New York, where the party enrollment deadline is more than half a year ahead of the primaries.
Hurricane Ophelia is headed away from the U.S. coast toward Europe
The past two winters were warmer than normal
Only about 10 percent of poll respondents disagreed with the idea that the richest should pay more.
Some community members criticize the name change for the acronym spelling out the Confederate general's name
Governor Ricardo Rossello on Monday also ordered an investigation of drinking water distribution.
Kris Kobach tried to change federal voter registration laws to include proof-of-citizenship requirements as he imposed in Kansas.
The temporary restraining order prohibits the state from providing data to Trump’s Commission on Election Integrity until after an October 16 hearing.
“This attack has created a public health and medical emergency in Clark County and the surrounding areas,” the governor’s executive order states.