An atmospheric river deluged the U.S. Northwest for a third straight day on Tuesday, swelling rivers to dangerous levels, forcing road and rail closures, and possibly killing two people who may have been swept up in floodwaters, officials said. The rain has helped relieve the parched states of Washington and Oregon, which missed much of the historic rain that fell on California a year ago and ended that state's extended drought. Much of Washington and Oregon still face severe or moderate drought, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor.
Promoting his book "Cinema Speculation," the filmmaker described Tobe Hooper's "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" as a perfect film. He also said of Sam Peckinpah's "The Wild Bunch": "Its imperfections are part of its glory."
The presidents of several prominent universities testified Tuesday before the Republican-led House Education Committee to answer criticism that they're not doing enough to counter antisemitism on campus -- instances of which have increased as the Israel-Hamas war rages on. Harvard University's Claudine Gay, the University of Pennsylvania's Liz Magill and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sally Kornbluth testified before the committee, led by Rep. Virginia Foxx, R-N.C.
As an environmentalist and Indigenous knowledge keeper in Cumberland House, Sask., Gary Carriere has seen first hand how disruptions to the natural ecosystem can have serious implications on the health of environments as well as human health. Carriere, who has been working to assuage the stresses on the Saskatchewan River Delta, is also a four-time cancer survivor. For him, overcoming lymphoma has not been as simple as making a quick commute to a local family doctor. “I have a CT scan in Prince
A Wisconsin judge on Tuesday reaffirmed her ruling from earlier this year that state law permits consensual medical abortions, opening up appellate options for conservatives. The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, the court's landmark 1973 decision legalizing abortion, in June 2022 reactivated an 1849 Wisconsin law that conservatives interpreted as banning abortion. Abortion providers ceased operations in the state out of fear of violating the ban.
The former "Good Morning America" cohosts discuss the personal and professional aftereffects of their romance The post T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach Joke That Sara Haines Might Get Fired From ‘The View’ for Supporting Them appeared first on TheWrap.
Denver could soon be at risk of not being able to safely welcome hundreds of migrants arriving to the Mile High City from the southern border as staffing across shelters grows thin, Mayor Mike Johnston warned Tuesday, as he made an offer to bilingual speakers looking to make a little extra cash this holiday season.
When youth in Windsor go missing, they go missing repeatedly.According to Windsor Police, fewer than 100 young people between the ages of 12 and 25 went missing but those same youth were reported missing more than 650 times.But a new program launched by Windsor police and the Windsor Youth Wellness Hub hopes to help protect kids when they're missing and keep it from happening again. "Children and young people who frequently go missing from the circle of care are at significant risk of harm, rega
OTTAWA — Hundreds of delegates listened intently Tuesday as the slate of candidates vying to take over leadership of the Assembly of First Nations pleaded their case one final time before the assembly decides their fate. After elaborate opening ceremonies, a policy debate and a panel on the Federal Court's landmark $23-billion child-welfare settlement, the assembly gave way to an evening of vote-for-me pitches before ballots are cast Wednesday. Each candidate was given 20 minutes to make a final