A major winter storm is continuing to bring heavy snow, blizzard conditions and significant ice from California to the Northeast on Thursday.
After being lost in transit for days, Dillon T. Pickle was shipped to the team's office — only to be stolen off its porch. The team is offering a reward for information or a no questions asked return.
The city has seen nightly protests for about three months. And police have declared riots or unlawful assemblies about half the time. But some argue the meaning of riot is too vague to be useful.
Bailey Dreibelbis is among the protesters whose terms of release from jail include a ban on attending other demonstrations in the city. Some lawyers say such a limit violates First Amendment rights.
Wall of Moms, Don't Shoot Portland and others sued several federal agencies on Monday, alleging federal officers in Portland are exceeding their legal authority and violating protesters' rights.
The state attorney general said federal agencies were "overstepping their powers" in Portland. A federal judge has denied it, citing lack of legal standing.
Acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf insists that federal officers would defend the rights of peaceful protesters in Portland, Ore., but promises no letup against criminal activity.
A new image of the federal response in Oregon has gone viral: a video showing 53-year-old Navy veteran Christopher David being struck repeatedly with a baton by a federal law enforcement officer.
Until Tuesday, this World Cup hadn't seen zero matches in which both teams failed to score. That set a record, but didn't make it any easier to watch France and Denmark play pat-a-cake for 90 minutes.
The flames stranded a group of more than 100 hikers. They were so focused on escaping the blaze that a "bear actually came into our area and no one stirred," one hiker told The Spokesman-Review.