Creditor group seeks to wrest probing power from Puerto Rico board

A group of public labor unions and other creditors on Wednesday asked a judge to grant it power to pursue probes into individuals who contributed to Puerto Rico’s fiscal crisis because the U.S. commonwealth’s federally created financial oversight board has failed to do so.

Young woman obsessed with Columbine found dead after frantic manhunt

An 18-year-old Florida woman infatuated with the Columbine massacre was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound in Colorado on Wednesday after she touched off an extensive manhunt by making a “pilgrimage” to the state days before the 20th anniversary of the 1999 school shooting.

After manhunt, Columbine-obsessed teen found dead in Colorado

A Florida teenager believed to be obsessed with the Columbine massacre was found dead in Colorado on Wednesday after she triggered a manhunt by making a “pilgrimage” to the state, days before the 20th anniversary of the infamous school attack.

U.S. advances review of Musk’s Baltimore-Washington tunnel project

The U.S. Transportation Department on Wednesday issued a draft environmental assessment for a Washington, D.C. to Baltimore tunnel that would carry passengers between the cities at high speeds in autonomous electric vehicles, the first step in a joint federal-state review of the Elon Musk project.

Colorado police capture ‘dangerous’ teen ‘infatuated’ with Columbine

Colorado authorities on Wednesday captured a Florida teenager who they believed was armed and “infatuated” with the Columbine massacre, after she traveled to the state days before the 20th anniversary of the school attack, local media reported.

Indonesia’s Widodo looks set for election victory – his challenger says no

Indonesian President Joko Widodo appeared set for a second term as “quick count” results from Wednesday’s election rolled in, but his challenger claimed that he had won the popular vote and urged supporters not to let his victory be snatched away.

Companies warn Trump: Census citizenship question could be costly

An array of U.S. companies have told the Trump administration that a citizenship question on the 2020 Census would harm business if it leads to an undercount of immigrants, undermining the data they use to place stores, plan inventory and plot ad campaigns.

Polls close in Indonesia, next president should be clear within hours

Polls closed in Indonesia on Wednesday in elections for president and parliament after a campaign across the sprawling equatorial archipelago that was dominated by economic issues but also marked by the growing influence of conservative Islam.