iStock(NEW YORK) — A storm has moved into the Western U.S. and it’s bringing heavy rain, wind and snow to the region today, before it moves toward the Midwest on Sunday night and early Monday.There are wind alerts, winter storm warnings, flash flood watches and winter weather advisories issued for parts of California to parts…read more »
The Pensacola naval base shooting suspect was identified as member of the Saudi military. Why was he there?
iStock(PENSACOLA, Fla.) — Friday’s shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola, in which four people, including the shooter, died, marks the second time this week gun violence erupted at a U.S. military installation.But while Wednesday’s shooting in Hawaii was related to a domestic issue, the attack on Friday became international incident after it was reported the…read more »
iStock(LOS ANGELES) — PG&E, the California power utility, has reached a $13.5 billion settlement with victims of the catastrophic Northern California wildfires of 2017 and 2018.The agreement settles the last major lawsuit to arise from the 2017-2018 fires, following a $1 settlement with affected cities and counties, and an $11 billion settlement with the insurance…read more »
iStock(CHICAGO) — St. Ethelreda School on the South Side of Chicago placed highly at the state championships and came together to celebrate.A group of three eighth grade girls brought home a big win during an Illinois state chess tournament.And to celebrate, their classmates made more noise than you would ever expect for competitors in a…read more »
iStock(NEW YORK) — NASA scientists have playful helpers for studying the earth’s climate: elephant seals wearing hat-like antenna.The antennae have sensors that take in information about the ocean’s temperature and currents as the seals dive. While scientists have been tagging seals for decades to study their behavior, using them to study climate is a newer…read more »
Alex Wong/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — First lady Melania Trump continued a nearly 70-year-long tradition Friday when she made her annual visit to Children’s National Hospital where she met with patients, their families and nursing staff before reading them a children’s book.She is the latest in a long line of first ladies to visit the Washington, D.C.…read more »