An Alaska Native corporation leader, Tara Sweeney, is being nominated by President Trump to oversee Indian Affairs for the U.S. Department of Interior.
Word out of Fairbanks early Tuesday morning did not bode well for morning commuters, with police there saying in an official advisory: "please drive carefully, road conditions have not improved."
U.S.-backed forces in northern Syria say they have captured Raqqa, once the seat of power for the Islamic State group, on Tuesday after a grueling four-month battle that left the city in ruins.
A burglary turned violent on Saturday night after troopers made contact with an alleged thief, and a struggle broke out.
About 2,000 ethnic Chinese Indonesian Christians fled to New Hampshire to escape rioting in Indonesia that killed about 1,000 people in 1998.
Private equity firm Colony Capital said in a statement that it is negotiating with Weinstein Co., for a "potential sale of all or a significant portion," of the company's assets.
The verdict in Manhattan came after a two-week trial of 29-year-old Ahmad Khan Rahimi, an Afghanistan-born man living in Elizabeth.
After a tweet from actor Alyssa Milano, social media was overwhelmed with personal stories of being the victims of sexual harassment or assault.
Some 40 women have accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct. The NYPD is investigating two allegations.