It's mid-afternoon and Carlos Leveron, 38, is returning home from a 12-hour shift at a local food processing plant in Santa Rosa, Calif.
The White House, in a statement, said guests are welcome to take photos throughout the White House tour route and encouraged visitors to share their experiences using the hashtag #WhiteHouseTour.
What's permitted: Phones and compact still cameras with a lens no longer than 3 inches.
What's not: Video cameras, including any action camcorders, cameras with detach
Toyota in a statement today said Hamp resigned Tuesday, and the company accepted her resignation "after considering the concerns and inconve
"I am writing to inform you on the position of the Hellenic Republic towards the list of Prior Actions of the Staff Level Agreement as published on the European Commission website on June 28th 2015," Tsipeas wrote in a letter today to t
They have grown from a ragtag group with a radical idea into a massive multi-million dollar industry of slick and sophisticated sellers of a dream.
Outside the windows, hundreds of skyscrapers stretch the length of the capital's skyline.
Inside, a hand of blackjack will set you back $200 but all you can drink champagne costs just $10.
On average, growth has topped 8 percent in the last five years, making Panama the envy of its struggling Latin American neighbors.
Fueling the boom is Panama's little-regulated and prosperous financial sector, as well as the government's construction binge: a new subway, an oceanfront highway and the mo
For 70 years Europe has been engaged in a political and economic quest to make that happen. But many in Greece, such as Athens cab driver Jordan Repanidis, feel this historic reshaping of the Western world has a strangle hold on their country.
"If it is for me to get drowned," he said, "let me drown by myself.
The kids are happy, but Nugent isn't. She planned to raise them in a place with much more room to play.
And she was. That is, until she learned that home was uninhabitable.
Two years ago, she and her husband bought a country home in the small central Indiana town of Mooresville.
"It was blue and it had a lot of potential for us to add on," she says.
"We have a picture of him as a 3-month-old with a little Dodger jersey and a glove," Octavio says. "So he was definitely going to be introduced to sports early, and he took to it right away." Today 10-year-old Jake is on his baseball league's All-Star team.
Meanwhile his sister, 8-year-old Alyssa, has a passion for gymnastics.
For 13-year-old Kaprice Faraci and her sister, Kassidy, inspiration to keep moving struck one after school afternoon in the third grade. Video games and TV bored the twins. They were outside when they spotted a small pack of children chugging down their street.
"We saw some girls running around the school in the neighborhood and we were like, 'Hey, we wanna do that!' " Kaprice says.
Though it includes new funding for schools, state superintendent Randy Dorn says the budget Washington lawmakers passed falls short of meeting a Supreme Court mandate to increase K-12 spending.
In a statement, Dorn called on the state's high court to "take whatever steps necessary to bring the Legislature back into session as soon as possible" to work out solutions to problems justices ordered them to solve in their 2012 McCleary ruling.
The White House hopeful earned about $29 million during that time, a substantial jump from his income before becoming governor — helped by a mix of speaking fees, investments, his capital investment company J
In Peru, people like to gather around heat and meat, too. Except the heat — and the meat — are buried in the ground. It's called pachamanca, a traditional way of cooking that dates back to the Inca Empire.
The Obama administration will announce the agreement on Wednesday.
As NPR's Krishnadev Calamur reported earlier last year, the U.S.
That date is just three days before the "first in the nation" Iowa caucuses, and pretty much guarantees that at least once a month there will be a flurry of conversation about Clinton's email practices and whether there's something missing.
The deadline passed Tuesday evening for Greece to make a key loan payment to the International Monetary Fund — putting it a step closer toward quitting the euro.
There had been last-minute attempts by the government to negotiate a deal with its creditors.
So far, there's only one new case, but health officials are rushing to stop its spread.
Liberia's deputy health minister, Tolbert Nyenswah, said Tuesday that a 17-year-old boy died of Ebola at his home in Nedowein, a village near the country's international airport.
"There is no need to panic.