The federal agency investigating an April 3 steam tank explosion that killed four people in south St. Louis is preparing to release its findings
Jury selection is underway after an Ohio judge rejected a defense motion to dismiss charges in the retrial of a white police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black motorist
The biggest tech news of the day includes SoftBank's mega-investment in Nvidia. Plus Unity Engine gets $400 million through an equity firm and Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass is due to start in June.
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A series of leaks on the investigation into the Manchester bombing by U.S. officials to the media has severely undermined the intelligence-sharing relationship between Britain and the United States.
The Washington Post reports Russia planted fake documents to influence the FBI and may have duped James Comey into coming forward during the presidential election.
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee has approved bipartisan legislation that would authorize the president to levy new penalties on Iran while keeping the landmark nuclear deal in place
People shopping for insurance through the Affordable Care Act in yet more regions will be facing higher prices and fewer choices next year as insurance companies lay out their early plans for 2018
Police in Florida managed to arrest the Joker without Batman's help following reports of a green-haired man with tattoos on his face pointing a gun at traffic