Arkansas executes 2 inmates on the same gurney…

Two Arkansas death row inmates have received lethal injections just three hours apart, and on the same gurney

Arkansas execution drugs intended for surgery…

Arkansas carried out its first execution in nearly 12 years using a protocol that includes three drugs, two of which are used in surgery and one that benefits cardiac patients

Volunteers accompany US immigrants to court to…

Volunteers step up to accompany people living in the US illegally to court hearings and meetings with immigration officials in New York, New Mexico, elsewhere

Kurtz: President hits 'fake' news surveys

'MediaBuzz' host Howard Kurtz weighs in on Donald Trump's reactions to newly released polls about his first 100 days in office

Researchers: Russia-linked hackers targeted…

Researchers with Japanese antivirus firm Trend Micro say that the campaign of French presidential front runner Emmanuel Macron has been targeted by Russia-linked hackers

10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know: US government shutdown, health bill rescue at stake in Congress; Arkansas executes 2 inmates on the same gurney, hours apart; Seoul: North Korea holding drill to mark military anniversary

This Airline Opens Pop-up Restaurant Featuring…

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.

A budget deficit challenge for Trump's tax plan

President Donald Trump's campaign pledge to slash the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 15 percent raises a thorny question for the White House

California: Teens rush Oakland regional train, rob riders

Officials say dozens of teens robbed and assaulted passengers on a regional transit train in Oakland over the weekend in an apparently orchestrated attack

Swiss drugs giant Novartis posts 15 percent drop in profit

Novartis says net income fell 15 percent in the first quarter, as the Swiss pharmaceuticals group continued to adjust to generic competition for its Gleevec leukemia drug and stopped work on a hoped-for heart-failure treatment

Killings suspect won't be allowed to go to mother's funeral

A South Carolina man accused in a number of killings won't be allowed to leave jail for his mother's funeral

Clarification: China-Auto Show-GM story

Clarification: China-Auto Show-GM story

Last words haunt surviving teen's sentencing in…

A teenager's dying words are haunting a survivor's sentencing in a massive New York fire

Wells Fargo to face irritated shareholders at…

Wells Fargo's top management and board of directors will face an irritated group of investors Tuesday

10 Things to Know for Tuesday

10 Things to Know for Tuesday

France honors police officer killed in…

France's top officials and presidential candidates are honoring in a national ceremony the police officer killed by an Islamic extremist on the Champs-Elysees

After 26 years, last 'cocaine cowboy' back in Miami court

The last of the "cocaine cowboys" that investigators say smuggled vast amounts of the drug into the U.S. is due back in a Miami courtroom 26 years after fleeing an indictment

Why Your Bloody Mary Tastes so Good on the Plane

The reason tomato juice tastes better on the plane has to do with cabin pressure messing with our tastebuds. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

Study: Trump's hardball tactic on health care may…

A hardball tactic to force congressional Democrats to negotiate on President Donald Trump's health care priorities might end up backfiring

San Diego schools launches effort against Islamophobia

One of the nation's largest school districts is launching an effort to better educate parents and teachers of its 132,000 students about Islam and Islamophobia, drawing praise and criticism

LVMH to consolidate hold on Dior in multibillion-euro deal

The magnate behind the LVMH luxury empire is seeking to strengthen control over Christian Dior in a multibillion-dollar deal combining the fashion industry heavyweights

AP WAS THERE: In 1967, Colorado 1st to loosen abortion law

Half a century ago, Colorado became the first state to allow abortion for reasons other than rape or an imminent threat to a woman's health

Official: 'Silver lining' in hacker, foreign nation alliance

A top Justice Department national security official says foreign governments that work with criminal hackers make their operations vulnerable to being exposed and disrupted