True to his pre-immigration committee commitment, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) helped Tuesday (May 21) fellow Democrat Sen. Mazie K. Hirono [HI] pushed the amendment that will enable the children of Filipino World War II veterans to get permanent residence into the $8.3-billion comprehensive immigration reform bill, S. 744 or the Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act, get past the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Accustomed to their gas-guzzling counterparts, many Americans are hesitant to buy an electric or hybrid vehicle. But dealers and government incentives are luring drivers into the fold.
Two years ago, the Federal Election Commission deciding to fine former Sen. John Ensign $32,000 for breaking campaign finance laws would have been big news.
It took 15 minutes for the trunk of Jody Esposito’s car to turn from a good spot for hide-and-seek to an overheated deathtrap on May 6, 2001. Fifteen minutes is all it took for Jody Esposito to realize that Michael Esposito, her 5-year-old son, was missing from the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. By the time she checked her car, she found Michael unconscious, on his side with orange vomit dripping out of his mouth.
Sandra Moncayo carries the pain with her everywhere she goes.
An Interstate 5 bridge over a river north of Seattle collapsed Thursday evening, dumping several vehicles into the water as authorities investigated the cause of the collapse that cut off the state’s main north-south thruway and sent three people to the hospital.
Celebrity sisters Gretchen and Marjorie Barretto surrounded themselves with “love and prayers” to surpass the recent string of controversies that have rocked their family.
As she prepares for her first leading role on television, Julia Barretto said she hopes to follow in the career path of her aunt, actress Claudine Barretto.
Amid some public concern about the transparency of Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky’s appointment on Tuesday, a complaint has been filed with the Nevada Attorney General’s Office alleging a violation of the state’s open-meeting law.
Former baseball slugger Jose Canseco is denying a woman’s claim that he sexually assaulted her, calling the allegations “laughable.”