State Rep. Chris Reykdal, D-Tumwater, announced Thursday he will give up his House seat to run for state schools superintendent in 2016, joining Tacoma school district administrator Erin Jones in the race for Washington's top elected education post.
Current superintendent Randy Dorn has not yet said whether he will run for a third term.
Ai applied for the six-month business visa, but was instead restricted to a 20-day travel visa from Sept. 9-29.
In a post on his Instagram account, Ai says he has never been charged with or convicted of a crime.
I've also spoken with many people who weren't involved in theater at all but can still — for some reason — remember the shows their schools performed.
There's just something about the high school stage.
Recently, my mom told me that she and her best friend, Chris, had been reminiscing about McDowell High School's performance of South Pacific in 1965.
Among teenage girls ages 13 to 17 whose total family income was less than the federal poverty level for their family size, 67.2 percent have received the first dose of the human papillomavirus vaccine, compared to 57.7 percent for those at or above the poverty line.
Five decades ago, two brothers helped start Medicare. Their father inspired them and they, in turn, have inspired the next generation.
To mark the anniversary of President Lyndon Johnson signing Medicare into law on July 30, 1965, three Lees sat down to reflect on the U.S. health care system.
It can be hard now to imagine a time when Medicare met serious opposition. But 92-year-old Dr.
"I think it is very likely that it's from Flight 370," says Arnold L. Gordon of Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.
As a teenager in Detroit, he took to union organizing early on in the grocery business. He was smart and tough. With an emphasis on TOUGH.
Update at 3:15 p.m. ET: Inmates Were Running Jail, Hogan Says
Saying that the Baltimore facility is the only city prison in the entire country that's run by a state government, Hogan says it is time for a change.
"For years, the Black Guerilla gang maintained a stronghold over this facility," the governor said.
For artist Maria Aristidou, it all started with a latte. "I was working on another commission using watercolors, when all the sudden, I spilled all over the drawing," she says.
Rather than trying to wipe up the mess, she took a moment to look.
Almost half of the world's known salamander species live in North America, and many are already threatened or endangered.
But whose economy are we talking about? Many millennial voters are underemployed and crushed under thousands of dollars of student debt.
And perhaps nowhere is the problem more acute than in New Hampshire.
Seventy-six percent of the class of 2013 had loans.
A machine at China's National University of Defense Technology in Guangzhou, called Tianhe-2 ('Milky Way-2) is thought to currently be the fastest supercomputer in existence – variously reported as doing either 34 or 55 petaflops.
News of the lawsuit comes along with word that Rolling Stone's managing editor, Will Dana, is resigning his post.
Andrew Weissmann, who leads the Fraud Section in the criminal division at the Justice Department, said the new hire is all part of a plan to reduce corporate crime.
"We are seeking to assure that companies have tough but realistic compliance programs that detect and deter individual wrongdoing by executives," Weissmann said.