A law expanding background check requirements on Colorado gun sales has been in effect for about a year, and an Associated Press analysis of state data compiled during that span shows the projected impact was vastly overstated in a key budget report.
Former Seahawk Michael Robinson, who is the de facto spokesman for Marshawn Lynch, shed a bit more light on the holdout by the Seattle running back in comments made today on the NFL Network, for which Robinson is now an employee.
The World War II-era drama about the Manhattan Project to build the atomic bomb, premiering Sunday, July 27, 2014, is the second original series for WGN America, part of its initiative to expand beyond Chicago sports and broadcast network reruns.
Thousands of women may qualify to share in a $190 million settlement from Johns Hopkins Health System, but to do so they must describe exam-room trauma at the hands of a doctor who used a tiny camera to photograph patients’ genitals.
Boeing CEO Jim McNerney apologized Friday in a companywide message for telling analysts this week that he won’t retire after turning 65 next month because “the heart will still be beating, the employees will still be cowering.”
The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday overturned the death sentences of two brothers convicted of killing four friends who were robbed and forced to engage in sex acts before being shot to death and left in a snow-covered Wichita field.