With Dzhokhar Tsarnaev being found guilty, the jury will next have to weigh a possible death sentence.
The Cessna 414 twin-engine aircraft took off from Indianapolis and crashed just short of the Central Illinois Regional Airport in Bloomington after midnight.
The company last month issued the recall after ice cream contaminated with listeriosis was linked to three deaths at a Kansas hospital. The foodborne illness was tracked to a production line in Brenham, Texas, and later to a second line in Oklahoma.
A deadly strain of bird flu has reached the Midwest, killing or requiring hundreds of thousands of turkeys to be euthanized. Some questions and answers about the outbreak.
Power company officials said they encourage residents who are having trouble paying their bills to contact them.
Protests began within hours of the murder charge against Michael Thomas Slager who is seen on cell phone video shooting a black man following a traffic stop.
The sharp rise in available jobs “is a reassuring sign that the fundamentals of the labor market have continued to improve,” said an analyst at Credit Suisse.
Among the issues that have slowed the diplomatic efforts have been Cuba’s presence on the terror list and U.S. demands that U.S. diplomats be able to interact with the Cuban people without limitations.
School kids would still take annual standardized tests, but states would have much more control in how the results are used to scrutinize schools under a new bipartisan plan.
The defense urged jurors to find Hernandez not guilty of murder.
After a Rhode Island man’s daughter told him about a dream she had with the numbers 1-1-3-7, he decided to place a $5 combo bet using those numbers for Friday night’s draw for The Rhode Island Lottery’s Numbers game.
That’s how Matthew Herman describes the secure warehouse he’s setting up in Grand Rapids. The warehouse aims to provide a safe place for people to grow legal medical marijuana without the risk of thieves breaking into their home.