Melania Trump wants a confidante of her husband fired, Idaho construction workers discovered explosives beneath a bridge on Idaho State Highway 45, The Atlantic has a fascinating report on what it calls the "sex recession" and the Today Show's ratings have actually gone up since Megyn Kelly left.
"I truly believe the race was about competency, about leadership, and not about partisan politics."
On her recent win, effecting change and Hamilton.
Arizona finally has a winner in its U.S. Senate race (unlike Florida and Georgia), the American Heart Association is out with new cholesterol guidelines, the infamous "thru-turn" will be unveiled tonight on State Street and take a look at the teaser trailer for Toy Story 4.
Another publication goes behind a paywall, Boise State honors veterans as its football team returns to Top 25 polls, Won't You Be My Neighbor? wins a documentary prize and the People's Choice Awards are doled out.
While most schools will be open Monday, federal and state offices will be closed on Nov. 12 to honor veterans. Most city and county offices will also be closed. Post offices will be closed and there will be no regular mail delivery.
Some states had ballot measures aimed at making it easier to vote or designed to take some of the politics out of how electoral districts are drawn up.
CWI mulls a recount, Boise State takes on nationally ranked Fresno State tonight, a Dutch citizen is going to court to have his age lowered by 20 years, the Mouse House has a good financial quarter and King Kong lays a big egg on Broadway.
“Our children are dying from an epidemic that started in our own medicine cabinets. It’s time to fight back in every way possible.”
Both the victim and alleged suspect were transported to a local hospital.
America is jarred awake by another mass-shooting incident, Middleton elementary teachers will return to the classroom after a controversial Halloween stunt, Ruth Bader Ginsburg takes a bad fall, get ready for the era of the "foldable" phone, and King Kong muscles his way to Broadway.
Instead of fireworks from voter intimidation or cyberattacks, Americans grappled with the mundane frustrations of using dated equipment to vote in huge numbers.
The winners and losers from the midterms, Bill Gates wants to build a better toilet, a massive spending spree at Harrods goes off the rails, Alec Baldwin gets more bad news, and "single-use" is the word of the year.
Boise State's track titan prepares for return
to the national spotlight
"Steeplechase is the only thing I've gotten a national title in, and that bothers me a little bit. I want to be more than a one-trick pony."
The polls are open, Amazon decides to split its second headquarters between two cities, a large coffee chain chooses to keep its beverages away from kids and Dr. Evil announces a run for Congress.
It's all about "GOTV" on this election eve, the Idaho Humane Society helps rescue puppies from the southern border, the American Academy of Pediatrics has its sharpest rebuke yet for spanking children, Pringles rolls out some Thanksgiving-inspired potato chips, and Mama Mia, the Freddie Mercury biopic is a box office hit.
Election board procedures for verifying signatures vary widely. Lawsuits in several states argue this deprives people of the right to vote.
"We're in uncharted territory with the size of this vote, In some states, it's closer to the presidential election than to the 2014 midterm election."
You can send your ballot in without a stamp, so why doesn’t anyone tell you that?
"Simply because conduct takes place as a so-called joke does not excuse otherwise unlawful conduct."
The midterms are here. Here’s everything you need to know to hit the polls and cast an informed vote this election season.