Colorado and Washington state officials had asked the court to settle the matter in case the November election is so close that a small number of what are sometimes called “faithless electors” could determine the result.
In more than half the country, local courts are reopening and beginning to process a backlog of eviction cases, sparking what economists and housing advocates say could be a historic surge in homelessness.
A federal judge said officials failed to make a complete analysis of the pipeline's environmental impacts. The decision marks the second setback for President Trump's infrastructure push in just two days.
On Independence Day, self-proclaimed militias, bikers and far-right groups flooded in — heavily armed and unaware, it seemed, that the mysterious Internet poster threatening to burn American flags was not who the person claimed to be.
(Clockwise from top left) Stevan Molinar, left, with two squad leaders in 2016; Frank Scafidi prepares for a mission in Vietnam; Lt. Col. Harry Lesher pins a First Lieutenant bar on Tom Knutsen in 1971; Victoria Chamberlin at the NCO academy in South Korea in 2014. (Courtesy of Stevan Molinar, Frank Scafidi, Tom Knutsen, Victoria Chamberlin)
In case you haven’t been paying full attention lately to the PGA Tour, it now features a player with the devotion to weightlifting — not to mention some of the all-around game — of prime Tiger Woods, the jaw-dropping driving distance of Rory McIlroy and the villainous aura of Patrick Reed.