From the Associated Press 10 Top Stories for Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Before the absentee ballots were completely counted in a nationally followed congressional race, Democrat Conor Lamb says he defeated Republican Rick Saccone, though his lead is razor-thin.
The scientist wrote so lucidly of the mysteries of space, time and black holes that his book, “A Brief History of Time,” became a best seller, making him one of the field’s biggest celebrities since Einstein.
The executive branch in recent weeks has been enveloped in controversy, undermining the administration’s ability to advance its agenda and drawing the ire of the commander in chief.
An AP investigation finds that in a military that prizes procedure and protocol, the Pentagon’s school system has no specific policy to respond to student-on-student sexual violence.
For the first time since its meteoric rise in 2012, al-Qaida’s branch in Syria is in retreat, battling rival militant groups in the north and fighting for survival in a key foothold near Damascus.
California Rep. Adam Schiff says he believes there was collusion between Trump’s campaign and Russia, though he couldn’t say if there was criminal wrongdoing.
From Maine to Hawaii, thousands of students plan to stage walkouts to protest gun violence, one month after the deadly shooting inside a high school in Parkland, Florida.
Researchers are testing fluorescent dyes that make cancer cells glow to make them easier for surgeons to find, giving patients a better shot at survival.
Fans of skiing, saunas and Santa Claus won’t be surprised to hear the Nordic country is the happiest place to live, a report finds.
Quarterback Kirk Cousins will meet with the Minnesota Vikings and ESPN says he will sign a fully guaranteed, three-year $84 million contract with the NFC power.
From The NWI Times
Tweets from Washington
(Editor’s note: We like Senator Joe Donnelly, however, he needs to start tweeting himself or he needs to stop referring to himself in the third person.)