Texas (Reuters) - Texas political leaders are considering installing
airport-style security at public schools and screening students for
mental health issues as alternatives to gun control to thwart a repeat
of last week's deadly shooting at a Houston-area high school.
CITY, Kansas (Reuters) - In his first whirlwind weeks in the United
States, Wimber Htoo, 23, racked up a list of accomplishments. He learned
to use the bus, applied for a social security card and obtained a state
ID, all new experiences for Htoo, a member of the Karen minority who
fled Myanmar as a teenager for a refugee camp in Thailand.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Justice Department agreed on Monday
to investigate "any irregularities" in FBI tactics related to President
Donald Trump's 2016 campaign after Trump questioned whether an FBI
informant had been planted into his political organization.
Hawaii (Reuters) - Molten lava from the erupting Kilauea Volcano on
Hawaii's Big Island crept onto a geothermal power plant site on Monday, as workers rushed to shut down the facility to prevent the uncontrollable release of toxic gases.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf's administration on Monday
sued an array of financial, legal and other professional firms over
their involvement in a 15-year-old incinerator upgrade project that
nearly bankrupted the state capital, Harrisburg.
- The Trump administration has proposed rescinding Obama-era rules
barring sport hunters from using bait to lure and kill grizzly bears in
Alaska's national preserves, as is allowed in other parts of the state,
the National Park Service said on Monday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court delivered a blow to the rights of workers on Monday
by allowing companies to require them to sign away their ability to
bring class-action claims against management, agreements already in
place for about 25 million employees.
(Reuters) - A Kansas man who shot and killed an Indian software
engineer and injured two others in February 2017 pleaded guilty on Monday in federal court to hate crime and firearm charges, the Justice Department said.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday
threatened to impose the “strongest sanctions in history” against Iran
if the country’s leadership did not change the course of its foreign and