State Dept. not consulting with Congress on Russia sanctions

The US State Department is continuing to punt on its congressionally mandated obligations to hold Russia accountable for poisoning an ex-spy in the United Kingdom, and despite its continued insistence that it would consult with Congress on the matter, multiple Hill sources tell CNN no such consultations have occurred.

Poisoning of Russian spy raises troubling questions

It's more than a week in and questions are still swirling over how and why a former Russian spy and his daughter were poisoned in the cathedral city of Salisbury in southern England. Sergei Skripal, 66, and his daughter, Yulia, 33, remain hospitalized in "very serious condition."

81 hospitalized for CO leak at hockey rink

Activities at Poppy Waterman Ice Rink canceled for Sunday, Monday

More than 80 hockey players and spectators were exposed to high levels of carbon monoxide at a Lake Delton hockey rink Saturday night, according to a news release.

Blooming Grove apartments evacuated for high CO levels

32 units evacuated, no one hurt

Fire crews are called to an apartment building in the town of Blooming Grove late Monday after a routine check of the basement for flooding leads to the discovery of high carbon monoxide levels.