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A plan to expand military training in the Marianas, which also includes more sonar and underwater explosive training, has drawn concerns from environmentalists.
A judge ruled an investment in the site by the Omidyar Network violated the law, while critics say the legal move was an attempt to muzzle the press.
More cities want people to bike and walk, but the roads are still dominated by cars.
Casting an enormous net at low cost lets these scammers find a few gullible victims who can fund the whole operation.
By mixing and matching information from various digital sources, they know far more than most people think.
Public opinion polls are inaccurate when it comes to global warming for a number of reasons.
A growing body of evidence points to numerous instances of lax enforcement of high-level financial crimes.
The church faces multimillion-dollar lawsuits for sexual abuse from about 190 accusers and plans to raise money for a settlement fund.
Thousands of people in the U.S. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands are still waiting to rebuild their homes after Super Typhoon Yutu.
Thousands are still homeless and some have left the Northern Mariana Islands after the most powerful storm of 2018 devastated the U.S. commonwealth.
A lawsuit by a Kentucky couple alleges that an Arkansas attorney offered to fly a Marshallese birth mother to the U.S. despite a treaty that bars such travel