Former congressman Aaron Schock took a flight from Washington to Peoria in 2014 aboard a private jet with a Peoria insurance executive and loyal donor, possibly in violation of House rules, according to an affidavit given to the FBI as part of its investigation of Schock.
One-hundred-and-twelve pages filled with 12-point type sat collecting dust on my middle dude's bedside table last summer, mocking him from June until the final days of August. "Of Mice and Men" was his only required summer reading before the start of his high school career. One book. One skinny
Federal and state health officials have identified more than 150 people who possibly had contact with a patient who died of Lassa fever, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday.
So far, most of those people face no danger, but six are at a high risk of having been exposed, CDC spokesman Benjamin Haynes said in a statement.