Reactions ranged from surprise to the typical ridicule, but ultimately a lot of reflection and admiration for an American icon.
The two wounded officers were hospitalized in “extremely critical condition” early Thursday morning.
Wells Fargo’s embattled CEO John Stumpf has resigned, effective immediately.
Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta was included in the email conversation but did not respond.
A Richmond, Virginia man says he’s lucky to be alive after a metal rod impaled the front of his car.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is rebuffing accusations that Moscow is meddling in U.S. elections.
A federal judge on Wednesday extended voter registration until Oct. 18 in the battleground state of Florida.
Samsung announced a global recall of the devices last month.
Last week’s $4.5 billion deal has raised questions about the roughly 2,000 people the company employs at its Sidney headquarters.
Washington couple finds their Lhasa Apso, “Mr. Magoo,” dead and skinned in their own backyard.
Toyota Motor Corp. recalled 340,000 gas-electric hybrid Prius cars around the world Wednesday.
Evacuations were ordered for about one-tenth of Greenville’s 90,000 people.
The company recalled the food because of a potential choking risk.
Amazon is launching a paid streaming music service, the latest entry in an increasingly crowded field.
The police chief in East Hartford, Connecticut, has asked the FBI to assist the investigation into a fatal plane crash.