Deliberations in the second trial of a white former University of Cincinnati police officer who shot an unarmed black motorist have gone on longer than in his first trial
Forecasters expect remnants of Tropical Depression Cindy to drench parts of Tennessee, Kentucky and West Virginia, bringing heavy rainfall, possible flash flooding and higher river and lake levels through the weekend
Gay pride marches in New York City, San Francisco and in between this weekend will have plenty of participants _ and also protests directed at them from other members of the LGBT community
The biggest tech headlines for today include an alleged petition that aims to bring back Travis Kalanick as Uber's CEO and Facebook's new mission statement. Plus Tesla's in talks with music labels to possibly start its own streaming service.
From The New York Times: The Affordable Care Act expanded access to Medicaid, which covers tens of millions of poor Americans. The Republican health care bill would permanently restructure it. We explain the consequences.By: By MARGOT SANGER-KATZ, ROBIN STEIN and SARAH STEIN KERR. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2tQX0cK
British Prime Minister Theresa May promised Thursday that E.U. citizens will not be immediately kicked out of Britain when it leaves the union and says their fate will be a top priority in Brexit negotiations.
Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson discusses Russia's interference in the U.S. elections, how President Obama struggled to retaliate and why Trump must send Russia a message now.
A new skin patch has been developed that can play a radio for two days using body sweat and could possibly charge our phones. Jose Sepulveda(@josesepulvedatv) has more.
The Bank of England has shocked financial markets, saying that three of its policymakers had backed an interest rate hike. As David Pollard reports, it's the closest it has come to raising rates since 2007, despite signs of a slowdown in Britain's economy.
A federal judge in North Dakota is allowing a move from jail to a halfway house for a Denver woman accused of shooting at law officers during a protest against the Dakota Access oil pipeline
Money-losing Japanese electronics and nuclear company Toshiba Corp. has until Aug. 10 to get auditors to sign off on its earnings statements, or else it faces the risk of getting delisted