Exactly 180 days from tonight, we'll know who will be the next president of these United States. (Probably.)
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — It's become a common scene at the Oklahoma Capitol: While construction workers, employees and visiting schoolchildren wait patiently to walk through the metal detectors guarding the entrances, a man with a briefcase arrives and breezes straight through the checkpoint without stopping, setting off the alarms. The security officers on duty flinch but look away.
Toxicology report showed that Michael Sacha's blood-alcohol content was almost three times the legal limit.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation confirmed Thursday it has found a missing East Tennessee girl in a case that has garnered national att...