Nancy tells me "This week I had relatives in from out of town, young cousins, their romantic partners, their room-mates, and I had to figure okay what am I going to feed everyone?" That decision could have been easier had she not asked "Is there anything that some people don't eat?"
Images from the scene show the trains' cars and engines resting at odd angles near the bridge, with the tracks lying twisted and curved in the mud.
Recently I took my son to see a pediatric gastroenterologist. When I arrived at the office, I saw it was located adjacent to the hospital. My insurance has a large hospitalization deductible so I worried that the visit would not be covered.
The Greek islands are still enjoying record numbers of tourists this summer.
Many of these Syrian refugees live in desperate conditions, but for a few hours a day there is the familiar world of school.
Al Salam School is one of the few success stories in an education disaster for Syria.
To understand what's driving those numbers, there are few better people to spend a day at a park with than Martin Lewison.
"As of today, I've been on 1,306 different roller coasters," Lewison says.
He picked up his latest tally mark at Lake Compounce in Bristol, Conn.
The final polls are in and the stage is set for Thursday night's first Republican presidential debate.
Those who made the cut, according to Fox News: businessman Donald Trump, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, neurosurgeon Ben Carson, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Ohio Gov. John Kasich.
Relegated to an earlier debate Thursday evening: Texas Gov. Rick Perry, former Pennsylvania Gov.
But what about the handful of other states with similar laws on the books?
Laws in Montana, Utah, North Dakota, Missouri, Kansas and Iowa have also made it illegal for activists to smuggle cameras into industrial animal operations. A new North Carolina law goes into effect in January 2016.
Andrew Hoffman, at the University of Michigan, breaks environmentalists into two colors, or rather shades of a color.
The rules will deal a big blow to some energy sectors — especially coal.
He looks like a friendly, dark-haired Labrador. Two prison officers on either side have a hand on his back.
The caption says: This is Pep, "the pet dog Gov.
For people like Jim and Lyn Schneider, their decision to invest in battery storage came four years ago when they moved to central Wyoming.
Their backyard is filled with sagebrush, and ringed by red rocks on one side and wide-open prairie on another. They love it.