Tsarnaev probably will be sent to death row at the federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana, where Oklahoma bomber Timothy McVeigh was put to death in 2001.
The CEO and president of Blue Bell called the decision agonizing.
The prototype is the first vehicle built from scratch for the purpose of self-driving, Google says. It looks like a Smart car with a shiny black bowler hat to hide its sensors.
A jury sentenced Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death Friday for the Boston Marathon bombing, sweeping aside pleas that he was just a “kid” who fell under the influence of his fanatical older brother.
George Stephanopoulos is apologizing to “Good Morning America” viewers for donating $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation, saying that was a mistake.
Attorney Brent Bryson tells The Associated Press that King died peacefully in his sleep Thursday at his home in Las Vegas.
Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s are cramming a summer cookout into the Most American Thickburger that has 1,030 calories and 64 grams of fat.
the U.S. Postal Service released its top 30 dog attack city rankings in advance of National Dog Bite Prevention Week next week. Across the country, 5,767 postal employees were attacked by dogs last year.
The resignation comes a day after The Kansas City Star released a story with screenshots of what the newspaper said were texts between the speaker and the intern. Some of the messages were sexually suggestive.
The train safety technology uses GPS, wireless radio and computers to monitor train position. It can automatically brake to prevent derailments due to excessive speed, collisions with other trains, trains entering track where maintenance is being done or going the wrong way because of a switching mistake.
Officials believe they have now accounted for all 243 passengers and crew members who were thought to have been aboard the train.
Honda Motor Co. recalled an additional 4.89 million vehicles around the world for a new type of problem in Takata Corp. air bag inflators, a day after Japanese rivals Toyota and Nissan announced similar recalls.
The engineer at the controls of the train that lurched off the tracks in Philadelphia, killing at least seven people, has no recollection of the crash and wasn’t on his cellphone or using drugs or alcohol, his attorney said.
Protocol prohibits hearse drivers from making any stops or from leaving the vehicle’s back curtains open.
Same-sex rights advocates claim a small victory in Laramie, Wyoming, while working to adopt similar measures at the state level.
The federal jury of seven women and five men began deliberating late Wednesday after listening to powerful closing statements from prosecutors and Tsarnaev’s lawyers.
Sumwalt said the engineer applied the emergency brakes moments before the crash but slowed the train to only 102 mph by the time the locomotive’s black box stopped recording data.
The conclusion is based on analysis of surveillance video of the train as it approached a curve where the speed limit is only 50 mph.