The White House press secretary is booted from the Red Hen in Lexington, Va., because she works for President Donald Trump, setting off a fierce debate.
Immigrant children as young as 14 housed at a juvenile detention center—many were accused of belonging to violent gangs—claim they spent long periods in solitary confinement, nude and shivering.
Primaries are held in South Carolina, Virginia, Nevada and Maine.
For the Puritans of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, a harsh faith justified executing “witches” and burning living Native American women and children.
A massive blizzard is driving heavy snowfall with hurricane-force winds, and widespread outages are occurring as far south as the Carolinas.
The win allows the GOP to maintain a slim majority, though a final tally is still uncertain because the Democrat in the race could ask for another recount.
Commercial fishers dread the possibility of navigating among marine turbines, as well as possible environmental effects and restrictions on their way of life.
Shelly Simonds seems to have won a recount by one vote, putting the balance in the House at a tie and raising the possibility of a rare power-sharing agreement.
Turning-point elections in Virginia and Alabama give us hope.