Severe weather affected many parts of the eastern United States on Thursday evening and Friday morning.
Local websites have listed the names of educational faculties that will remain shut today in light of the power shortages affecting Vermont, Maine, Connecticut and Rhode Island this week.
Even in states where marijuana can be legally obtained, black market marijuana is still in demand.
Scientists simulated a hypothetical but physically plausible storm dubbed "Hurricane Rhody" that makes landfall twice in an area that FEMA has called the "Achilles' heel of the Northeast."
LGBTQ Pride Events "are especially harmful for children," Bishop of Providence Thomas Tobin tweeted.
"Why take it out on kids if parents are struggling?" one person complained on Facebook.
Diaries were by merchant sailors onboard the Ann & Hope, which traveled to Australia in the 18th century.
"In an effort to reduce our unpaid balance, the District has retained the services of a collection agency. The company is Transworld Systems and they will begin their collection efforts effective January 2, 2019."
A Republican candidate for treasurer issued a "realistic" statement Tuesday urging supporters not to volunteer or donate to his "inevitable" loss.
Donald Trump has consistently refused to release his tax returns to the public.
The year-long investigation, dubbed Operation Patched Out, involved more than 150 officers across the state.
Who was the first president to have a Passover Seder in the White House?
Ahead of this weekend's playoff games, longtime Patriots' fans are foregoing their allegiance because of President Donald Trump.
Going-out-of-business sales will begin Friday.
Puritans, Anglicans, Jews, Baptists and Quakers lived side by side, proving that diversity works.