“They just kind of left in the middle of the night,” Greensburg Mayor Robert Bell said. “We didn’t know they left, and then we got a call from one of the other merchants there that there was garbage at the back of the building and it was starting to stink.”
A retransmission dispute between DISH Network and CBS could result in subscribers to the satellite service losing access to KDKA-TV and WPCW (The CW) in Pittsburgh. Negotiations are taking place at the corporate level; this affects CBS markets throughout the United States.
The jury sent a note to the judge asking, “What do we do now?”
On Monday afternoon, after deliberating for about two hours, the jury foreman sent a note to Judge William Walls stating that the panel was deadlocked on all counts against the Democratic senator and his co-defendant, Florida eye doctor Salomon Melgen.
JOHNSTOWN – The city of Johnstown is cracking down on those who are late on paying parking tickets in the city.According to a release from Johnstown police, motorists who fail to pay a parking ticket within 10 days will now receive a summons.
After many social media posts circulating on Facebook pages of local lawmakers and media outlets, PennDOT has clarified what to do about old registration stickers.
According to dmv.pa.gov, “Law enforcement agencies have electronic access to PennDOT’s database from their patrol vehicles, which allows them to verify if a vehicle registration is valid. In addition, many use license plate reader technology to efficiently validate registrations.”
Anyone cited for an expired sticker can contact PennDOT
As the Russian atomic energy agency gradually took charge of a company that controls one-fifth of all uranium production capacity in the United States, a stream of cash made its way to the former president’s charitable organization.
The sale gave the Russians control of one-fifth of all uranium production capacity in the United States. Since uranium is considered a strategic asset, with implications for national security, the deal had to be approved by a committee composed of representatives from a number of United States government agencies. Among the agencies that eventually signed off was the State Department, then headed by Mr. Clinton’s wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton.
The headline on the website Pravda trumpeted President Vladimir V. Putin’s latest coup.
President Trump declared on Twitter Wednesday that James Comey totally protected Hillary Clinton, after the FBI confirmed the former FBI boss drafted a statement on the private email case two months before it was over.
Egyptian authorities arrested seven people Monday who they accused of being gay and promoting homosexuality for allegedly raising the rainbow flag of the LGBT movement at a concert, filing charges even though there is no law officially banning the practice.
Filed in federal court in San Diego and including the California Coastal Commission as a plaintiff, the lawsuit states its purpose is “to protect the State of California’s residents, natural resources, economic interests, procedural rights, and sovereignty from violations of the United States Constitution” and federal law.
Government agencies are increasingly turning the tables on people who request public records with an aggressive new tactic: They are filing lawsuits against them to block or delay release of the information.
The trend has alarmed freedom-of-information advocates.
Five active duty transgender service members filed the first lawsuit Wednesday against President Donald Trump’s directive — expressed on Twitter — to prohibit transgender individuals from serving in the armed forces.
Clinton lost the 2016 election to President Donald Trump, but some Republicans in Congress are intensifying their calls to investigate her and other Obama administration officials.
The House Judiciary Committee, which has declined to investigate the Russian meddling, approved a resolution this past week to request documents related to the FBI’s now-closed investigation of Clinton’s emails. In addition, Republican on that committee wrote the Justice Department on Thursday and asked for a second special counsel, in addition to Special Counsel Robert Mueller, to investigate “unaddressed matters, some connected to the 2016 election and others, including many actions taken by Obama administration.”
“The American public has a right to know the facts — all of them — surrounding the election and its aftermath,” the lawmakers wrote.
(CNN)Europe’s budget airline EasyJet flew into a storm Sunday after it emerged a member of the ground staff at Nice airport in France had punched one of its passengers in the face while he was holding a baby.
The victim was due to travel on EasyJet flight 2122 from Nice to Luton airport outside London on Saturday. The flight was delayed for a grueling 11 hours. EasyJet says the airport employee does not work for the airline.