After discovering the journal, the mother reported her son to the authorities.
Ahead of the UN Summit on climate change next week, teenage activist Greta Thunberg addressed Washington lawmakers — and told them their actions aren't good enough.
Newsweek spoke to teens and preteens ahead of Friday's protests, which are expected to draw crowds across the world.
"They're actually resorting to violence and terroristic threats and they should be arrested for that," John Torres said. "They should be arrested."
Researchers studied over 100,000 birth certificates in Washington.
Trump has been reticent to criticize Beijing despite strong condemnations from the State Department and lawmakers from both parties.
Russia has repeatedly criticized President Donald Trump's administration for its aggressive stance towards Tehran.
About an hour later, the Fox Business host shared another tweet, writing: "God Bless America and our Great President!"
With Pat Lawson Muse, Harrison was one of the first two African American women to co-anchor the news.
You can only visit this super haunted location once a year.
The first message sent by Morse code's dots and dashes across a long distance traveled from Washington, D.C., to Baltimore on Friday, May 24.
"The thing that will fundamentally change things is with Donald Trump out of the White House. Not a joke. You will see an epiphany occur among many of my Republican friends."
The plans are separated into two categories and involve airstrikes, targeted incursions and setting U.S. forces up for a ground invasion.
"We do not want to see our publicly owned airport used for the wholesale deportation of immigrant detainees," said King County Executive Dow Constantine.
Children make up most of the 110,000 people estimated to have died from the virus in 2017, according to the U.N. body.
"If I had driven in today I don't know what would've happened," said the car's owner.
The full list of federal and state officials to have received campaign contributions from Boeing runs 14 pages long.
With measles outbreaks in multiple states and growing backlash against the anti-vaccination movement, Washington Health Secretary John Wiesman urged lawmakers and concerned Americans to take action.
"sheriffs that are non compliant will be shot. by me."
"A philosophical or personal objection may not be used to exempt a child from the measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine," Washington State House Bill 1638 reads.
Washington is the model of the citizen-statesman that most every one of those who followed him into the nation's highest office has sought to emulate.
Scientists identified anti-vaccination hot spots in 12 states.
Until the 1990s, the disease would kill 500,000 children every year.
She said the experience was the "worst feeling ever."