Judge approves plan on fix for 18000 Flint water lines
The city of Flint, Michigan, has a plan to replace around 18,000 underground water pipes thanks to an agreement with the state. The group sued Flint and MI on behalf of residents, along with the American Civil Liberties Union of MI .
Lonzo Ball is the best player in the 2017 NBA Draft
Here's a handful of teams that, despite the flaws, will definitely show interest in Ball in the coming months. LaVar Ball claims he'd have crushed Jordan one-on-one, but Bryant is more realistic about his talents.
Wenger tells Arsenal players air of uncertainty is no excuse for slump
Arsenal forward, Alex Iwobi, has urged Arsene Wenger to stay on as manager beyond the end of his current contract. Their job is to perform and for me [it is] to help them to perform and to develop as players.
April the giraffe could have her baby 'today, tonight,' zoo says
The Animal Adventure Park posted on Facebook Friday morning that they believe April could have a calf "today" or "tonight". Male giraffes, called bulls, really only care about two things, the zoo says: "fighting and the unmentionable".
House Republicans Renew Plans to Repeal Obamacare After Failed First Attempt
With the health care defeat, President Trump learned that building consensus even within his own party can be extremely hard . Republicans' next major lift is expected to be tax reform, something that Senate Finance Committee Chairman Sen.
GST draft bills tabled in Parliament; peg peak rate at 40%
Proposed tax rates range from 5 to 28 percent, with 12 percent and 18 percent being the standard rates. These Bills would pave way for introduction of GST in the country.
Comey wanted to go public with Russian Federation findings last summer
FBI Director James Comey says the FBI doesn't consider how its decisions will affect politics. The lack of response angered those in Clinton's camp. "They did their usual-nothing".
Carl's Jr. Is Done Selling Sex
The ads have featured everyone from supermodel Kate Upton to Paris Hilton, but now the burger chain is moving in a new direction to bring in new customers and focus on the food.
UN Secretary General starts official visit to Iraq
In addition to civilians caught in the crossfire inside the city, many more have fled their homes to escape the fighting.
Schiff Wants To Know: Did The White House 'Launder' Info Through Nunes?
Speaking on Capitol Hill Thursday, Schiff said he was "more than willing" to accept the White House offer to view new information. Nunes delivered the letter to the top Democrat on the investigation, Rep.