Hayden will be the first woman and the first African-American to lead the national library since its inception in 1800. She eventually got advanced degrees and took a professorship in Pittsburgh, but left it to return to the Chicago Public Library as the children's librarian.
This month, a poll released by the S.C. House "Republican" Caucus finds Trump leading Clinton by a much broader margin - almost sixteen points. It seems as though some in OH took offense to Hillary Clinton's comments over the weekend that half of Donald Trump's supporters can be grouped into a "bucket of deplorables".
One of Syria's most powerful factions, Jabhat Fatah al-Sham's battlefield alliance with other insurgent groups makes it hard for the United States to target them without the danger of inflicting harm to other opposition groups. The provision for a joint military-operations room between the United States and Russia on Syria will address one the main reasons for the collapse of the previous ceasefire - namely, Russian Air Force targeting of moderate rebel forces.
OH voters will not have the "Golden Week" - when people could register to vote and cast an early vote at the same time - restored for this fall's election, following an order from the Supreme Court on Tuesday. Watson, an appointee of Republican President George W. Bush, had said evidence presented in the case reflected that black voters use same-day voter registration and early voting options at higher rates than whites.
A driver in a stolen semi-truck led California Highway Patrol officers on a high-speed chase across the Inland Empire on Tuesday. The rig reportedly was taken from a Barstow hotel as the driver slept. The contents of the truck "are pretty mundane", Singer said. By 12:45 p.m., the drive had veered of I-10 and onto the 62 north, headed towards the Yucca Valley area.
Your mom did a super job, and everyone cheered for her! First Lady Michelle Obama joined Ellen DeGeneres to co-host the show with her today and of course it got started with the two of them dancing in the audience. Malia , 18, will be taking a gap year before college, while Sasha , 15, will finish out high school in Washington, D.C. But she says she is very proud of the way they've grown up.