The Archives was weighing the request earlier this week, The Washington Post previously reported.
Month: January 2023
Prosecutors say they will charge a farmworker accused of killing seven people in back-to-back shootings at two Northern California mushroom farms with seven counts of murder and one count of attempted murder.
The state’s Department of Education cites examples of what it calls “the woke indoctrination” of students.
Mr. Klain’s departure would mark a rare moment of high-level turnover in an administration that has been remarkably stable through two years of crises and political battles.
At least 1 person was wounded and the suspected gunman killed following a shooting inside of a Walmart in Indiana, police say
Authorities say a gunman shot at police as he weaved through the aisles of an Indiana Walmart before officers shot and killed him. Police say the gunman wounded at least one other person. https://t.co/HJ6BKR1MBI — The Associated Press (@AP) January 20, 2023 WATCH: #BNNUS Reports. Evansville Police Department reported that an "active shooter" incident had taken place at the West Side Walmart in Indiana on Thursday night. #US #crime pic.twitter.com/oDSnHZVFdx — Gurbaksh Singh Chahal (@gchahal) […]
American held in Iran launches hunger strike and writes to Biden asking him to do more for detainees
Jamea Jonae Harris, 23, was killed early Sunday. “She was a beautiful young woman who loved her family and most of all her 5-year-old son Kaine,’’ DeCarla Cotton told AL.com. “She was just trying to enjoy her weekend with her cousin that attends the University of Alabama and her boyfriend.”
Newly filed arrest documents in Arizona show the second caregiver in the case of missing Oklahoma 4-year-old Athena Brownfield was arrested on a warrant for Murder in the First Degree and Child Neg…
After back-to-back-to-back atmospheric rivers, river levels across the Central Coast have risen to drastic levels and have caused devastating flooding. The most recent concern for officials is the currently rising Salinas River.
White House officials notified the National Archives when the documents were found in November.
After several damaging storms swept through the state in recent weeks, residents face another deluge.