First Line News Articles for Sunday, March 26 2017
The U.S. State Department will approve on Friday the permit needed to proceed with construction of the Canada-to-United States Keystone XL oil pipeline, a project blocked by former President Barack Obama, according to two government sources familiar with the process.
U.S. prosecutors are building potential cases that would accuse North Korea of directing the theft of $81 million from Bangladesh Bank’s account at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York last year, and that would charge alleged Chinese middlemen, The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.
A 4-year-old boy in the U.K. saved his mom’s life after he used Siri to call an ambulance, telling emergency services that “she’s closing her eyes and she’s not breathing.”
A measure signed into law by Arkansas Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday that would have allowed concealed handguns to be carried into sporting events at state college campuses hit a roadblock in the Arkansas Senate on Thursday.
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert said he will sign a bill that would make his state the first in the nation to lower the drunk driving limit from 0.08 percent blood-alcohol content to 0.05 percent.
The U.S. Senate on Thursday voted narrowly to repeal regulations requiring internet service providers to do more to protect customers’ privacy than websites like Alphabet Inc’s Google (GOOGL.O) or Facebook Inc (FB.O).
A federal agency has ruled that President Trump’s hotel in Washington, D.C., does not violate lease terms that prohibit elected officials from receiving benefits, The Associated Press reported on Thursday.
Two homes in Nassau County, Florida, were destroyed in a wildfire caused by a man who was burning books Wednesday.
The Senate voted 52-46 Thursday to confirm David Friedman as President Trump’s first ambassador to Israel.
Treasury Department agents recently obtained details concerning overseas financial transactions involving Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign manager, according to a new report.