https://dovevn.com/

us | Page 3


Suspect in NY fire pleads not guilty

Suspect in NY fire pleads not guilty

An 18-year-old Hasidic student, listening to court proceedings in Yiddish through an interpreter, pleaded not guilty Friday in an attempted murder case that has brought unusual attention to a re...

NM gov. upset with illegal immigrant license bill

NM gov. upset with illegal immigrant license bill

A politically charged fight is brewing in New Mexico over whether the state should continue to issue driver's licenses to illegal immigrants.

Fixed mortgage rates flat, hover near yearly low

Fixed mortgage rates flat, hover near yearly low

Fixed mortgage rates were mostly unchanged this week, hovering near yearly lows.

Flooding hits Montana communities near Wyo. border

Flooding hits Montana communities near Wyo. border

Flooding that besieged rural Montana communities claimed at least one life and left another person missing as authorities in at least two more Western states braced for high water and heavy rain in the coming days.

Newborn Found Dead Aboard Cruise Ship

Newborn Found Dead Aboard Cruise Ship

The FBI is investigating the death of a newborn found aboard a Carnival cruise ship that has returned to Port Canaveral, Fla.

Oil settles higher on more Middle East unrest

Oil settles higher on more Middle East unrest

Benchmark crude settled higher Thursday, as protests rocked some Middle East nations and concerns grew about oil supply disruptions.

Saudis thank US for foiling plot against envoy

Saudis thank US for foiling plot against envoy

Saudi Arabia has thanked the U.S. government for preventing what it says was a "despicable" terror plot against its ambassador to the United States.

Vt. man seeks killer as aunt dies of 1996 injuries

Vt. man seeks killer as aunt dies of 1996 injuries

The nephew of a renowned physical therapist and educator from Vermont who recently died from injuries she suffered in a 1996 beating at an Atlanta hotel says he hopes police can find her killer....

Barges Hit Mississippi River Bridge at Baton Rouge

Barges Hit Mississippi River Bridge at Baton Rouge

A highway bridge over the Mississippi River that was struck by two runaway barges has been re-opened after inspectors gave it a safety check.

Charlotte expects boost from 2012 Dem convention

Charlotte expects boost from 2012 Dem convention

When Charlotte emerged as a major banking center in the 1990s, it looked like the good times would never end.

Pa. woman freed after sons' killings found dead

Pa. woman freed after sons' killings found dead

A Pennsylvania woman found not guilty by reason of insanity in the 2004 killings of her two young sons has been found dead inside her crashed minivan in an Arizona canyon.

Homeland Security Committee Member on Flight Canceled After Security Breach

Homeland Security Committee Member on Flight Canceled After Security Breach

A flight from Dallas to Washington has been canceled after a traveler reported that two other passengers were acting suspiciously.

Lawsuits filed for Indiana stage collapse victims

Lawsuits filed for Indiana stage collapse victims

A 22-year-old college student injured when a stage collapsed at the Indiana State Fair died Friday, the same day lawsuits were filed on behalf of two other victims.

Teens Receive Probation in Massachusetts Bullying Case

Teens Receive Probation in Massachusetts Bullying Case

Two of the six teenagers charged in connection with the bullying related suicide of a Massachusetts high school sophomore have been sentenced to a year of probation.

Boehner signals compromise in budget talks

Boehner signals compromise in budget talks

House Speaker John Boehner signaled Thursday that a compromise is coming with Democrats on immediate cuts in government spending, noting that Democrats control the White House and the other half...

City honors homeless Ariz. man who turned in cash

City honors homeless Ariz. man who turned in cash

A homeless Arizona man who returned a sack of cash to its rightful owner is being honored.


© 2020 US News. All Rights Reserved.