Monday, April 21, 2014
The FBI used millions of dollars, liquor and cigarettes seized in other cases and more than a dozen undercover operatives in an elaborate, seven-year sting operation targeting a San Francisco Chinatown association thought to be a front for a notorious organized crime syndicate.
A veteran Fox television executive who used her company email account to plan aid for loved ones of the missing Malaysian airplane's passengers has been fired.
John C. Houbolt, an engineer whose contributions to the U.S. space program were vital to NASA's successful moon landing in 1969, has died. He was 95.
A couple who held hands at breakfast every morning even after 70 years of marriage have died 15 hours apart. Helen Felumlee, of Nashport, Ohio, died at 92 on April 12. Her husband, 91-year-old Kenneth Felumlee, died the next morning.
General Motors waited years to recall nearly 335,000 Saturn Ions for power steering failures despite getting thousands of consumer complaints and more than 30,000 warranty repair claims, according to government documents released Saturday.
Hidden in the Twittersphere are nuggets of information that could prove useful to crime fighters — even before a crime has been committed.
Even for a 1964 New York World's Fair that celebrated “The World of Tomorrow,” Andy Warhol may have been ahead of his time.
What was supposed to be a cheap bite at a Mexican-style fast food restaurant turned out to be small fortune for some Southern California customers.
Sunday, April 20, 2014
The United States indefinitely extended the review process for a controversial Canada-to-U.S. oil pipeline Friday, potentially delaying a final decision on the project until beyond mid-term elections in November.