Your need-to-know guide for Minnesota primary day
You're not too sure about the Tuesday primaries, the voting process and what you can and can't do at your polling place. You have questions. We have answers.
Video: What's a primary election?
Minnesota has an unusually long list of races on the primary ballot this year including governor, both U.S. Senate seats, all eight congressional seats, secretary of state, auditor and attorney general. Here's what you need to know before heading to the voting booth.
At least 35 people die after span of busy highway bridge collapses in Italy
The private broadcaster Sky TG24 said that a 200-meter section of the Morandi Bridge collapsed over an industrial zone.
Law gives officers wide discretion in deadly force incidents
Recent fatal shootings by police officers have prompted discussion about the laws around deadly use of force and the discretion officers are given by the law.
Minn., South African choirs merge traditions -- and languages -- in Johannesburg
The Minnesota Chorale and the Gauteng Choristers rehearsed Monday for what is likely to be a historic concert at the end of the week.
Report IDs over 1,000 victims of priest abuse in Pennsylvania
A Pennsylvania grand jury says its investigation of clergy sexual abuse identified more than 1,000 child victims.
Feds urge states to encourage cheaper health plans off insurance exchanges
The government suggests that insurers offer plans off the health law marketplaces that don't have surcharges added last year to make up for a cut in federal funding.
Manafort's defense rests after calling no witnesses
Paul Manafort's defense rested its case Tuesday without calling any witnesses in the former Trump campaign chairman's tax evasion and fraud trial. Manafort himself chose not to testify.
Nebraska carries out 1st execution using fentanyl
A federal three-judge panel denied a drug company's request to halt the execution set for Tuesday morning over concerns about whether the state obtained the drugs improperly.
What's in your shopping cart? A battleground for global trade
As a trade war brews between the U.S. and its major trading partners, we looked into the carts of back-to-school shoppers to see how global trade might show up in their baskets
Former Sen. Coleman is in new cancer fight
The 68-year-old, who had successfully battled throat and neck cancer years ago, says he is undergoing intensive treatment for lung cancer.
Trump lashes out at Omarosa, calls her 'that dog'
The president tweeted a barrage of insults Tuesday morning as Omarosa Manigault Newman continued promoting her White House tell-all. It paints a damning picture of Trump, including her claim that he used racial slurs on the set of his reality show "The Apprentice."
French theme park asks: Crows can pick up trash, why can't you?
A team of six trained birds -- rooks, actually -- is collecting paper and cigarette stubs at the Puy du Fou park in western France. They drop the trash into a container in exchange for food.
An Iraq veteran, heroin addict, bank robber and debut novelist
Nico Walker is currently in federal prison for bank robbery. That's given him plenty of time to write his semi-autobiographical novel "Cherry," which has received glowing advance reviews.
Another firefighter dies battling Northern California wildfire
Officials say the firefighter died Monday at the site of the Mendocino Complex Fire. Over the past several weeks, a total of six firefighters have died in connection to wildfires.
UK police treat Parliament crash as terrorism, man arrested
A man in his late 20s was arrested on suspicion of terrorism offenses. The suspect was not cooperating with police, and officers were working to confirm his identity.
Child dies in swing set collapse in Zumbrota
Police say the 4-year-old child was swinging Monday morning when the structure collapsed. It's the second time this month that a child has died in a swing set accident.
Feds to distribute $16M to Petters' fraud victims
Tom Petters was convicted of leading a multi-billion dollar Ponzi scheme and sentenced in 2010 to 50 years in prison.
Ben Carson moves forward with push to change fair housing rule
HUD Secretary Ben Carson is moving to overhaul an Obama-era rule intended strengthen the 1968 Fair Housing Act and combat housing segregation.
Learning a life lesson from Arctic explorer Will Steger
A failure this summer reminded legendary explorer Will Steger of the power of the human mind and the resilience of the human spirit.