A federal appeals panel has rejected another legal challenge for an Arkansas inmate set for lethal injection as the state presses forward with its plan to conduct the first double execution in the U.S. since 2000
Holocaust survivors say termination of German insurance giant Allianz's sponsorship of a Florida golf tournament may boost their efforts to collect some $2.5 billion in World War II-era Jewish policies
Airlines are not known for their outstanding food, but Air New Zealand thinks their cuisine is supreme. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) reports on their pop-up restaurant.
Documents obtained by The Associated Press show that Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner's information technology chief has contracted to spend $208,000 in tax dollars for two professional memberships despite the budget crisis
Former U.S. President Barack Obama says his next job will focus on helping the next generation become active citizens and leaders. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
The black-founded hair care company Shea Moisture apologized Monday amid social media criticism from black users over an online video promoting its products using white women
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper took just 15 minutes Monday to replace a resigning Republican judge with a Democrat on the state's second-highest court
A top Justice Department national security official says foreign governments that work with criminal hackers make their operations vulnerable to being exposed and disrupted
A federal appeals court has ordered a judge to reconsider his decision not to require Donald "Ski" Johnson to pay restitution for charity fraud that appeared to be similar to a Montana case for which he was ordered to pay $5,600 in restitution