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
A federal judge temporarily halted a second execution Monday night in Arkansas after attorneys said in a court filing that the first execution for Jack Jones "appeared to be tortuous and inhumane."
Officials say dozens of teens robbed and assaulted passengers on a regional transit train in Oakland over the weekend in an apparently orchestrated attack
From The New York Times: Kitty Hawk, a Silicon Valley company backed by Larry Page, a Google founder, began testing a prototype over a lake in Northern California.By: By KITTY HAWK. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2pVNvaW
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.
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
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
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