A Mississippi prosecutor has tried and failed six times to send Curtis Flowers to the death chamber, with the latest trial conviction and death sentence overturned on Friday because of racial bias in jury selection. Now, that same prosecutor must…
By Hope Yen, Calvin Woodward, Associated Press
Despite assailing his Democratic predecessor for waging a “cruel and heartless war on American energy,” for example, Trump can brag about U.S. energy supremacy thanks to the sector’s growth in the Obama years.
By Bill Barrow, Meg Kinnard, Will Weissert, Associated Press
Almost the entire sprawling Democratic presidential field of more than 20 candidates took the same stage in the South’s first primary state, looking to make connections in a primary battleground that has helped propel the party’s last two nominees.
By Associated Press
Iran summoned the United Arab Emirates’ top envoy to Tehran to protest the neighboring Arab nation’s decision to allow the U.S. to use a base there to launch a drone that Iran says entered its airspace, state media reported Saturday.
By Astrid Galvan, Nomaan Merchant, Associated Press
Immigrant advocates and sympathizers are warning about arrests around the country as early as Sunday.
By Sarah Zimmerman, Gillian Flaccus, Associated Press
The Oregon Capitol will be closed Saturday due to a “possible militia threat” from right-wing protesters as a walkout by Republican lawmakers over landmark climate change legislation drags on.
By Mark Bittman, Megan Thompson, Melanie Saltzman
PBS NewsHour Weekend and Mark Bittman, former New York Times food writer and bestselling author, present 'The Future of Food,' a series of reports about efforts being made around the world to produce enough food sustainably and ethically for a…
By Pavni Mittal, Zachary Green
Hamdi Ulukaya, the founder and CEO of leading yogurt brand Chobani, says he is evangelizing the idea of a so-called 'CEO playbook' to shift some of the focus from shareholder wealth and profits to employee welfare and humanitarian goals. NewsHour…
By PBS NewsHour
People in Florida’s panhandle are still grappling with the devastation from last October’s Hurricane Michael. The most powerful storm to hit the region in history left many residents homeless and in search of aid. Now, children in particular are facing…
By Michael Hill, Associated Press
Vaccinations have been made mandatory this summer for campers and staff in several counties north of New York City that annually fill up with kids from the Orthodox Jewish communities that have been hit hardest by measles.
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