This is how it looked two days ago on a beautiful May morning.
- (Photos) Abandoned farm buildings near Orland Park
- (Photos) Orland Grassland in winter
- (Photos) Urban Decay in Chicago: The Damen Silos
- Abandoned brick silo inside and out
The infamous Romanian hacker known as "Guccifer," speaking exclusively with Fox News, claimed he easily – and repeatedly – breached former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s personal email server in early 2013.
"For me, it was easy ... easy for me, for everybody," Marcel Lehel Lazar, who goes by the moniker "Guccifer," told Fox News from a Virginia jail where he is being held.
Guccifer's potential role in the Clinton email investigation was first reported by Fox News last month. The hacker subsequently claimed he was able to access the server – and provided extensive details about how he did it and what he found – over the course of a half-hour jailhouse interview and a series of recorded phone calls with Fox News.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich will suspend his presidential campaign on Wednesday, a senior campaign adviser tells NBC News.
Kasich cancelled a press conference in Virginia earlier in the day and announced he would make a statement in Columbus, Ohio, Thursday afternoon.
The decision comes one day after Kasich finished a distant third in the Indiana primary. Top campaign aides vowed that the governor would stay in the race, even after Ted Cruz, who formed an informal alliance with Kasich, suspended his campaign.
Great Swamp, Indiana Dunes
Bernie Sanders was declared the winner of the Indiana primary Tuesday, but Hillary Clinton was already looking ahead to the general election, and Sanders' victory was not enough to change her trajectory toward the Democratic nomination.
Sanders, a Vermont senator, insists his goal remains to win the party’s presidential nomination, even if it appears to be mathematically out of reach. Democrats distribute delegates proportionately in all states, so the only way for Sanders to close Clinton's delegate lead is to win all future contests by huge margins and convince many superdelegates — party leaders and elected officials free to support either candidate — to switch their votes to him, even in states Clinton won.
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BREAKING: Ted Cruz drops his White House bid after a stinging loss in the Indiana.This will be the wildest presidential race since the "Revolution of 1800."
Previously: INDIANAPOLIS — After a decisive win in Wisconsin, Ted Cruz triumphantly declared that his political fortunes were shifting: “Tonight is a turning point,” the Texas senator boomed at a victory rally in Milwaukee.
But just a month later, his quest to stop Donald Trump has all but collapsed.
Cruz has had perhaps worst stretch of his campaign, losing seven consecutive primaries, culminating with Tuesday's defeat in Indiana that puts Trump within striking distance of the Republican presidential nomination.
Detroit's Water and Sewerage Department is set to begin Tuesday shutting off service to customers who haven’t paid their bills.Detroit's teachers are in the second day of an illegal sick-out, Detroit Public School are essentially broke. A dozen former DPS principals have been charged in a kickback scheme.
Linda Clark, a spokeswoman for the department, said they initially planned to begin the process Monday, but the water department’s director, Gary Brown, delayed it one day.
“We want to give our customers every opportunity to schedule arrangements,” Clark said. “We wanted to give them another day.”
DWSD officials estimate about 20,000 of its customers had defaulted on their payments and faced shutoffs as of 8 a.m. Monday.