The "Golden State Killer" crimes date back to the 1970s.
Democrats in the Washington state Legislature thought they had passed a routine sex education requirement for public schools
Barbados plans to remove Queen Elizabeth II as head of state next year, marking the first time in nearly 30 years since a commonwealth country dropped a monarch.
A magnitude 3.1 earthquake struck in East Freehold, New Jersey, early Wednesday.
The Trump administration has named a new acting inspector general for the State Department, the fourth person to lead the watchdog office in four months.
In a new lawsuit, New York state on Tuesday added to mounting legal pressure on the Postal Service over mail-in voting.
Republicans and Democrats are split over supplying more COVID-19 relief funds.
The move comes after he served fewer than three months on the job.
Seven people died, including an Alaskan state legislator, after two planes crashed midair.
The university's Board of Trustees approved the measure on Wednesday, marking the first change to the school's general education curriculum in more than four decades.