Tom Hayden was a 1960s anti-war activist who moved beyond his notoriety as a Chicago 7 trial defendant to become a legislator and author.
Officials said the bus carrying 44 passengers was going much faster than the truck, but the bus may have been slowing down before impact.
It is by far the president’s biggest effort to bolster local Democrats since he took office.
The Review-Journal was bought late last year by the casino magnate and billionaire Sheldon Adelson, a supporter of the GOP nominee.
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When a media company buys another, the acquired firm’s regime is usually shoved out the door.
The new court calendar suggests that the remaining eight justices are altering their workload.
Researchers think they’ve found signs of “moonlet wakes” in the planet’s outer rings.
The American Academy of Pediatrics today issues its first update of safe-sleep guidelines in five years.
The proposed deal is likely to spur yet more consolidation among media companies, which have looked to partners to get bigger.
Mr. Trump’s carefully scripted presentation was meant to project a new level of forethought and seriousness.
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Trump supporters hope to deploy poll watchers from other areas of the state into heavily Democratic Philadelphia, where GOP is outnumbered.
Organizations supporting Clinton have raised about $200 million, defying expectations that conservatives and corporations would dominate
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton shared a genial moment backstage at a fundraising dinner, Cardinal Timothy Dolan says.
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Michael Ruffetto admitted he misused money slated for carbon sequestration.
For millions of people on Friday, it felt as if someone had pulled the plug on the internet.
Oklahoma and two other states say they have denied a request by Russian officials to be present at polling places on Election Day.
Heavy demand had prevented some voters from registering online.
The decrease in trained monitors is a result of a Supreme Court opinion that gutted a key provision of the Voting Rights Act.
The age of the Republican presidential nominee has complicated a rite of passage for many young conservatives.
Just 24 hours after their third and final debate, the roast was their last face-to-face showdown before Election Day.
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Investigators have not indicated a motive, but the suspect may have been holding a grudge against local police for 45 years.
In a poor Alabama community, 500 gallons of an odorant spilled into the soil and groundwater, according to state environmental officials.
He proposed providing larger tax credits to encourage young adults to buy coverage through the marketplaces and raising income thresholds.
The agency had sufficient authority and information to issue an emergency order, its inspector general said Thursday.
The agency is concerned that mosquitoes are spreading Zika throughout the county, not just in the identified zones.
There was a heavier-than-usual number of changes to Indiana records. Elsewhere, extensions were denied in North Carolina and Georgia.
African-American activists and organizers have taken it upon themselves to challenge peers to consider the consequences of a Trump win.
In a separate video, Scott Foval muses to an undercover James O’Keefe associate about how it would be easier to get away with voter fraud.
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A white sergeant gunned down mentally ill Deborah Danner, who is black, when she tried to strike him with a baseball bat.
The final forecast was seen as both upbeat yet modest for the president’s signature domestic achievement before he leaves office.
After the agency adopted the advisory that also pushes spacing out the shots further apart, it’s easier to get the cervical cancer vaccine.
In addition the agency has received numerous reports of seizures and other ailments after children were given homeopathic products.
The first project will involve gathering national data on trauma cases, from the pre-hospital level through recovery and discharge.
The Republican also said his Democratic rival and the president paid people to incite violence ahead of a planned rally in Chicago.
Ray Howland was caught in an undercover sting last year while trying to arrange sex in Pittsburgh with a 10-year-old girl and her mother.
The constant release of emails linked to Hillary Clinton and the claims Donald Trump faces of unwanted sexual advances are all fodder.
The state’s online system crashed Monday, the last day to register, preventing an unknown number of voters from getting on the rolls.
The judgment and authority of the religious right’s aging old guard are being challenged by a younger leaders, minorities and women.
Clinton and Trump supporters have heard from campaigns at roughly the same rate, 30 percent and 28 percent, respectively.
“This is unprecedented and highly problematic,” said the report, by the Center on Privacy and Technology at Georgetown’s law school.
Though Zika has been present on the island of Java for decades, the 145 million people might have developed immunity to it.
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The adjustment adds up to a monthly increase of less than $4 a month for an average recipient.
The report comes a year after a leaking well near L.A. spewed natural gas for nearly four months and drove thousands from their homes.
Trump masks are outselling the Hillary masks 3-1, according to one of the largest manufacturers and suppliers of Halloween costumes.