Data analysis by DW reveals many Brazilians live near dams that, without proper maintenance and governmental oversight, could be deadly in the case of failure.
Bryan Cranston nearly killed “The Office” cast while directing a 2012 episode, according to Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey’s “Office BFFs” book.
FOX Business host Stuart Varney said on “Fox & Friends” that the Biden administration is “clueless” on what to do about inflation.
The House subcommittee will kick off the two-hour public hearing on “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” — the official term for UFOs — shortly after 9 a.m.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, the Democratic candidate for governor, tested positive for Covid-19 hours before the polls opened for the state’s primary election on Tuesday, according to his campaign.
Campaign spokesperson Will Simons said Shapiro received his positive test result on Monday evening “after taking a precautionary test” ahead of a scheduled trip to Johnstown and Pittsburgh.
Shapiro “is currently experiencing mild symptoms, and he plans to continue his work of serving the people of Pennsylvania as he isolates at home,” Simons said in a statement.
The candidate “will be back on the campaign trail next week and will kick off the general election campaign in Johnstown,” Simons added.
In a tweet confirming his positive test result, Shapiro urged Pennsylvanians to “[p]lease get out there and vote today — and after these few days at home, I’m going to go win this race for Pennsylvania.
Shapiro is running unopposed for the state’s Democratic gubernatorial nomination. But three other Pennsylvania nominating contests are being closely watched on Tuesday: the Republican gubernatorial primary, and the Democratic and Republican primaries for Senate.
Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, the leading Democratic Senate candidate, also is unable to appear in-person for primary election activities on Tuesday; his campaign announced over the weekend that he is recovering from a stroke.
Maryland teen charged in murder of missing high school classmate who turned up stabbed to death in creek
Ta’Quawn Deon Henderson, 17, from Maryland, was charged with the murder of his high school classmate, Jailyn Jones, who went missing in January before his stabbed body was found in a creek.
More than $37 million was spent by the foundation on grants, real estate, and charter on private flights, tax documents seen by The Post show.