GM to Pull out of Australia, New Zealand and Thailand
General Motors says it's pulling out of Australia, New Zealand and Thailand as part of a strategy to exit markets that don't produce adequate returns on investments, dismaying officials concerned over job losses.
California Highway Patrol: Multiple Shot on Greyhound Bus
The California Highway Patrol says multiple people have been injured in a shooting on a Greyhound bus in California.
It’s Been 10 Years Since Louisiana Executed a Killer
Louisiana cleans its execution chamber at the state penitentiary daily, but it's been more than a decade since a condemned prisoner has laid on the chamber's black-padded gurney to die.
Virus Cases in China Top SARS as Evacuations Begin
Countries have began evacuating their citizens from the Chinese city hardest-hit by a new virus that has now infected more people in China than were sickened in the country by SARS.
2 Killed Outside Bar in Kansas City
Police: 2 dead, 15 reportedly injured in Missouri shooting
Two Officers Murdered in Hawaii
Authorities and neighbors say Hawaii man with a history of run-ins with police and neighbors was facing eviction when he stabbed his landlord and killed two officers before the house he and two women were believed to be in caught fire.
U.S Citizens Urged to Leave Iraq ‘Immediately’
All public consular operations have been suspended at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad.
New Orleans Strip Club Owner Charged with Raping Drunk Teen
The owner of a strip club in a popular New Orleans entertainment district has been charged with raping an intoxicated, underage girl who was visiting the area with friends.
Edwards Pledges Increased Spending on Louisiana’s Colleges
Governor John Bel Edwards told the board overseeing Louisiana's largest university system that he will propose to again raise spending on public college campuses next year.
Uber Reports More than 3,000 Sexual Assaults on 2018 Rides
In a long anticipated safety report, ride-sharing giant Uber says more than 3,000 sexual assaults were reported during its U.S. rides in 2018.
Chaos in Paris Forces Eiffel Tower to Close
The Eiffel Tower shut down, France’s high-speed trains stood still and tens of thousands of people marched through Paris and other cities Thursday in a massive and sometimes chaotic outpouring of anger at the government’s plan to overhaul the retirement system.
Houston Bail System Ruled Illegal
A federal judge has given final approval to a settlement in a lawsuit over the bail system in Texas' most populous county which ensures that most people accused of misdemeanor offenses don't languish in jail.