It does not appear the personal information posted by the group was hacked from government servers. One Defense Department official said most of the information could be found in public records and on social media.
Conventional wisdom holds that if you do not write your “Farewell to Arms,” paint your “Starry Night,” start the next Twitter or climb Mount Everest by at least middle age, then chances are you never will. But that idea is becoming increasingly outdated.
A proposed bill to aid human-trafficking victims is tied up in abortion politics and the collateral damage has affected the nomination of Loretta Lynch, leading Democrats to charge that it’s because she is an African American.
Snohomish County landslide: One year later | Joel Johnson, a young chaplain, was at the site of the slide for two or three weeks straight, offering counsel, digging out bodies, whatever he could do to help.
The Internal Revenue Service is accepting more partial-payment offers, but the process can be long and involved, generally requiring taxpayers to show they’re unable to pay the full amount, are being treated unfairly or that their liability is less.
The third-round SuperDraft pick might not have made the cut for the Sounders’ MLS roster, but he has a nose for goal and a solid work ethic. S2 takes on defending USL champion Sacramento in its inaugural match Saturday night.