The surprise announcement left the graduates crying and jumping for joy.
A patchwork of policies on water pollution, pesticides and oil and gas drilling have emerged across the United States.
The lists were uncovered through a Freedom of Information Act request by Military.com.
These elegant woodland flowers are easy to spot, showy and bright against the greens and browns of the forest understory.
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The former federal prosecutor will make history as she is sworn into office Monday. “There’s a lot of hope with Lori,” a past adversary says.
Enormous hail, destructive winds, and potentially strong tornadoes could target parts of Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas.
This graduation season, the college admissions scandal has forced us to consider who deserves to walk across those stages — and who doesn’t.
But it’s being done from Seattle to the District of Columbia, and it’s saving parents thousands of dollars.
Independent report finds the school "had knowledge" of sexually abusive treatment as early as 1979, "but reports about Strauss' conduct were not elevated beyond the Athletics Department or Student Health until 1996."
The decision sets the stage for a court battle over the documents.
"Her spirit will continue to live on through her fans everywhere," Grumpy Cat's owners said.
No other legislature has achieved that milestone in U.S. history, and the female majority is having a huge effect
But he seems most interested in bodies of water in or near swing states.
Even some hunters say the privately-run contests, which reward those who kill the most or biggest animals with prizes or cash, are unethical.
Third grader Shailyn Ryan leaped from her seat to perform the Heimlich maneuver on her friend, just as she had learned to do 16 hours earlier. It worked. A hot dog popped out of her friend's throat.
The trial of a Connecticut minister accused of getting a young woman pregnant made history.
Marlen Ochoa-Lopez, 19, met the people suspected in her slaying through a Facebook group for young mothers.
"We can’t be used for a reason for gun control," one student said, following Tuesday's tragedy in which one died and eight were injured.
"One-off mistakes happen," the restaurant tweeted, "and we love you anyway."
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