Border Patrol officials did not immediately comment Saturday.
SplashData, a security application company, evaluated more than 5 million leaked password on the Internet.
The mayor stopped short of endorsing recreational pot legalization and instead noted that lawmakers in Springfield were considering the move.
Supporters of the law said they would appeal. “Today’s misguided ruling will not deter us,” said California Attorney General Xavier Becerra.
Father Jim Sichko spends five days a week on the road paying for burgers and bicycles and handing out hundred-dollar bills.
A week after his federal prison release, the Chicago-area native said he will run for Congress in Orange County, California.
California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye described herself as conservative on some issues, but open-minded on social justice issues.
A record 43 Latinos elected to Congress are set to take the oath of office in January.
President Donald Trump has picked budget director Mick Mulvaney to be his next chief of staff.
Weak economic data from China and Europe set off more worries about the global economy.
The special counsel’s office pushed back Friday at the suggestion that the FBI acted improperly in its interview of Michael Flynn.
The amount includes about $80 million for former students of the defunct Corinthian Colleges for-profit chain, which collapsed in 2015.
The pre-approved offer that comes in the mail and looks like a check is not free cash. Rather, it’s more likely an expensive loan.
Johnson & Johnson is forcefully denying a media report that it knew for decades about the existence of trace amounts of asbestos in its baby powder.
Facebook said Friday that a software bug affecting nearly 7 million users may have exposed a broader set of photos to app developers than intended.