Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Streets are less crowded but still busy, and no violence has been reported. Meanwhile the ruling military summoned the ousted government but it’s not known why.
Tennessee is bringing back the electric chair if prisons can’t get the lethal doses. Legal challenges are expected.
It’s not clear how many fatalities there are; the Syrian president himself wasn’t present.
Among the measures: Convicted carjackers will get their faces and prison sentences plastered on billboards.
Mark Cuban talked about a “black kid in a hoodie” in discussing prejudice. Now, he says he didn’t consider the feelings of the slain Florida teenager’s relatives.
A once desolate neighborhood is being transformed in a decade-long project with 17 high-rises – some of them on platforms over Penn Station’s railroad tracks.
It’s being exhibited at the city’s Museum of Natural Science to commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day.
Officials in New Mexico are trying to figure out if a switch from nonorganic to organic litter caused a chemical reaction leading to the leak.
Health officials in New York City found three unreported outbreaks by reading restaurant reviews on the website.
Honolulu’s Duke Kahanamoku Beach has been dubbed the best public beach in the nation in an annual survey. T