The U.S. State Department on Aug. 6 relaxed its pandemic warnings about international travel, which means more Americans may be thinking about big trips.
Certainly, more people are boarding planes. Government tallies show...Read more
Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian said the company will double its percentage of officers and directors who are Black by 2025.
Companies and other institutions have faced increasing pressure to take action on diversity ...Read more
Medtronic is buying Companion Medical, a San Diego-based firm makes the only smart insulin pen with an integrated diabetes management app approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
Terms of the deal announced Tuesday ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- The family of a woman whose breasts were allegedly fondled by an on-duty L.A. police officer who found her dead last fall is suing the officer and the city of Los Angeles.
The family of Elizabeth Baggett ...Read more
Kamala Harris made a career of straddling issues and rebranding herself while moving from prosecutor to legislator. Now the Democratic vice presidential nominee will have to rebound from her hard-nosed law enforcement ...Read more
The ride-hailing gig company Uber has made its way in this complex world largely by flouting local laws and denying to its drivers the benefits of formal employment.
Courts and regulators have been taking an increasingly ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Mayor Lori Lightfoot said the city shouldn't be sending police officers out on the street without body-worn cameras but defended the department's account of a shooting in the Englewood neighborhood that ...Read more
CHICAGO -- The man whose shooting by police in Englewood on Sunday allegedly sparked looting in downtown Chicago was ordered held on a $1 million bond Tuesday.
Latrell Allen allegedly shot at police officers, who returned...Read more
BALTIMORE -- The judge presiding over the Capital Gazette shooting trial ruled Tuesday that prosecutors didn't do anything wrong when they sent the psychiatrist they hired to the county jail to investigate the gunman's ...Read more
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- After weeks of growing speculation, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden answered on Tuesday the most highly anticipated question of his campaign, naming California Sen. Kamala Harris to be his ...Read more
When a Democrat or Republican runs for president, there's usually a stable of low-profile legal experts affiliated with the party who can help navigate the country's thicket of ballot-access laws.
But if you were, say, ...Read more
Time to trade in the pick-up truck for a muscle car, drive-in concert movie goers.
After a series of country music shows, Metallica has signed on as the first major rock band to film a new performance to be shown in ...Read more
Most Americans don't have much confidence in the fairness of the upcoming election, a poll has found.
An NBC News/SurveyMonkey poll of 44,601 American adults found the majority, regardless of party affiliation, are "not ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Two people were injured and had to be airlifted out of a Solano County park over the weekend after they fell while trying to hoof it from an ornery cow, authorities said.
The confrontation took place Sunday...Read more
There's a terrible storm outside, and no one in the Johnson family can sleep in "Please, Baby, Please." Things are tense in the controversial Season 4 "black-ish" episode, which was shelved by Disney in 2018 and finally ...Read more
"Boys State," the Sundance award-winning documentary about a weeklong political camp for teenage boys sponsored by the American Legion, is one of the most thrilling and harrowing cinematic experiences of the year. It is ...Read more
HARDYSTON TWP., N.J. -- The black bear that swatted an elderly man in the face last month is long gone, caught and euthanized by state wildlife officials, but the philosophical post-mortem over the future of New Jersey's ...Read more
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- California has spent $43 million suing President Donald Trump's administration over the past four years in a legal campaign that the state's Democratic attorney general says has saved billions of ...Read more
FERGUSON, Mo. -- Police arrested four people and used pepper spray on protesters outside the Ferguson Police Department late Sunday as about 100 people gathered to mark the sixth anniversary of Michael Brown's death.
LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies detained three teenagers at gunpoint last week after bystanders called 911 to report that the teens were being attacked by a man with a knife, an attorney for one of the...Read more
- It's official: Kamala Harris named Joe Biden's vice presidential running mate
- Blast in Lebanon's port capped deadly game of pass the buck
- Major gas explosion levels Northwest Baltimore homes, killing 1 and seriously injuring others
- Lawyer: Missing Connecticut mother should be declared dead, was likely dismembered
- San Quentin coronavirus disaster exposes a dangerous road to 'herd immunity'