The North Korean army's April 25 anniversary is not such a big day under Kim Jong Un, who has emphasized the birthday of the nation's founder 10 days earlier
Two North Carolina gang members have been sentenced to life in prison for the shooting deaths of a South Carolina couple who were to testify against other gang members in an attempted robbery case
The most important tech stories of the day include the fallout from the Unroll.me data sale, Amazon turning its attention to driverless cars and a possible iPhone 8 delay.
From The New York Times: A palm oil company known for turning orangutan habitat into plantation land has helped the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation purchase an island for this critically endangered species.By: By ERICA BERENSTEIN and JON EMONT. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2phhiNB
A United Airlines plane had a ‘terrifying’ emergency landing after one of its engines overheated over the ocean, according to a reporter who was on board the plane
Renters care more about streaming their favorite shows and surfing social media than clean clothes, according to a new survey from Comcast. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.
Officials say a wildfire on public lands near the Georgia-Florida state line has now burned more than 90 square miles (233 sq. kilometers) as winds spread the flames through dry areas of the Okefenokee Swamp
There are mixed fortunes for some of Europe's top companies as Q1 reporting season gets into full swing. But as David Pollard reports, three quarters of the top firms in the S&P 500 who have reported so far have beaten expectations.
Alitalia is expected to start bankruptcy procedures after employees rejected proposed salary cuts and layoffs cuts aimed at saving Italy's financially troubled flagship airline
North Carolina Republican legislative leaders have rushed to the courthouse to try to block expected efforts by Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper to get a new elections administration law thrown out as unconstitutional
The last of the "cocaine cowboys" who 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