GEORGETOWN TOWNSHIP, MI — Restoring electricity to more than 80,000 customers in Kent and Ottawa counties is an intensive and often complicated process. More
WWE superstar Austin Aries has come to terms on his release, the promotion announced on Friday.
Aries, 39, who was born Daniel Solwold Jr., signed with WWE in January 2016 and most recently competed on Raw and 205 Live as a cruiserweight title contender in a feud with champion Neville. More
LONDON, England (Reuters) – Wayne Rooney’s footballing future should become clearer within the next 48 hours as Manchester United prepare to fly to Los Angeles for a pre-season tour in the United States. More
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Liberal Democratic Party suffered an historic defeat in an election in the Japanese capital on Sunday, signalling trouble ahead for the premier, who has suffered from slumping support because of a favouritism scandal. More
The International carrier of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Etihad Airways, said on Sunday the US Department of Homeland Security has lifted a ban on carrying electronic devices, including laptops, onboard flights between the UAE capital Abu Dhabi and the US. The lifting of the ban followed More
Saudi Arabia and its allies today said they had decided to extend by 48 hours the deadline for Qatar to accept their list of demands to lift a de facto blockade. More
ix people were found dead among the wreckage of a small private airplane that took off from Chicago and crashed into a rural Wisconsin forest, officials said.
Lt. Gabe Lind of the Price County Sheriff’s Department said his office first got a call at 3:21 a.m. Saturday when the Air Marine Operations Center “lost contact with an More
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Hundreds of people gathered in front of the Prime Minister’s Residence in Jerusalem to protest government moves seen as targeting liberal streams of Judaism.
The protesters who gathered in Jerusalem on Saturday night carried signs including “Judaism without coercion,” and “We are all Women of the Wall.” More