A former U.S. Senate candidate accused of buying less-costly in-state hunting and fishing licenses when he was not a Montana resident has pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors as part of a deal with prosecutors.
Hawaii's entire Big Island police force is on "high-alert" and searching for a suspect who shot and killed an officer Wednesday, including off-duty officers and some who have returned to work from vacation and days off.
The mayor of Mississippi's largest city is renewing warnings about the city's drinking water, saying the city still isn't maintaining the chemical balance needed to prevent lead and copper pipes from corroding.
The Organization of American States has adopted a resolution condemning human rights abuses committed by Nicaraguan police and armed pro-government civilians since protests against President Daniel Ortega began in mid-April.
The Trump administration is easing rules for handling toxic coal ash from more than 400 coal-fired power plants across the U.S. after utilities objected to the regulations adopted under former President Barack Obama.
Republicans and Democrats are competing to make immigration an election-year issue on their own terms, and the GOP has pushed symbolic legislation through the House. It extols a federal law enforcement agency that some liberals have proposed abolishing.
The five Democratic candidates for Florida sped through a wealth of issues during a fast-moving debate Wednesday, but the differences on the environment, education, guns, health care and standing up to President Donald Trump were few.