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KFC has a chicken delivery problem in the UK

About 800 of the company's roughly 900 locations in Britain were temporarily closed on Monday after a logistics snafu stopped chicken deliveries.

Funerals: Grieving teens, raw emotions after…

Funerals for Florida shooting victims: Grieving teens, raw emotions as victims of Stoneman Douglas High massacre oare mourned

Minnesota's $5B case over 3M chemicals heads to trial

Minnesota officials will soon try to convince a jury that manufacturer 3M Co. should pay the state $5 billion to help clean up environmental damage

Former AP photographer Max Desfor dies at 104

Max Desfor, former AP photographer who won Pulitzer for Korean War photos, dies at 104

London Fashion: Erdem shows fancy florals; Kane…

Highlights from London Fashion Week include Erdem at the National Portrait Gallery, Christopher Kane at the Tate Britain Museum and a royal-hosted reception at Buckingham Palace

General Motors confirms new vehicle for Kansas plant

General Motors says it will build a new vehicle at its plant in Kansas City, Kansas

Hidden Details in Picasso Painting Reveal a Whole…

Researchers have uncovered something rather remarkable just below the painted surface of a Picasso. Nathan Rousseau Smith explains.

The Latest: Pennsylvania Dems applaud new…

Democratic Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf applauds new boundaries of congressional districts being imposed by state Supreme Court

Police: Ohio pastor helped rob Sunday school teacher

Police say a gun-wielding Ohio pastor and two family members have robbed a Sunday school teacher at their church

Stocks extend global recovery, dividends up too

World stocks were set for a sixth session of gains on Monday, extending a recovery from a selloff sparked by fears of creeping inflation and higher borrowing costs. As Sonia Legg reports, global dividends also rose 7.7 percent to an all-time high of $1.25 trillion last year boosted by a buoyant world economy and rising corporate confidence.

Police: UberEATS driver charged with killing customer

Police say a delivery food driver is facing a murder charge, accused of fatally shooting a customer in Atlanta

What The Senate Gun Background Check Bill Would Do

The bill is a bipartisan effort.

Why heart attack symptoms are missed in women

More than half of the doctors seeing women who seek care for certain heart attack symptoms, prior to being hospitalized, might not even realize that the symptoms are heart-related, a new study suggests.

He Saves Our Electronics From the Dump, Now Faces Prison

Eric Lundgren is known for impressive and admirable feats, with his e-waste recycling company putting 14,000 cellphones in the hands of US soldiers abroad; the 33-year-old's company handles 41 million pounds of e-waste annually. Now, he's fighting a 15-month sentence. The Washington Post explains the jargony situation, which involves...

Sources: Mueller's interest in Kushner grows

Special counsel Robert Mueller's interest in Jared Kushner has expanded beyond his contacts with Russia and now includes his efforts to secure financing for his company from foreign investors during the presidential transition, sources say.

Jimmy Carter 'deathly afraid' as wife underwent…

Jimmy Carter says he was 'deathly afraid' as his 90-year-old wife underwent surgery over the weekend

The Students Are Angry. Will Their Movement Last?

The movement of young people demanding tougher gun laws after last week's shooting in Florida arrived at the White House Monday, where teens staged a "lie-in" to represent those shot at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, reports NBC4 Washington . "It's really important to express our anger," says a 16-year-old participant...

Fire destroys squad's 5 ambulances, causes $2M in…

Fast-moving fire guts ambulance squad's building, destroying 5 ambulances and causing at least $2 million in damage; 4 on-duty squad members escape safely

Ex-workers at Russian 'troll factory' trust US…

While Russian officials scoff at a U.S. indictment charging 13 Russians with meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, several people who worked at the same St. Petersburg "troll factory" think the criminal charges are well-founded