Hillary Clinton has started pivoting toward the general election as she hopes to extend her delegate lead Tuesday night out of the reach of Bernie Sanders.
Saturday Night Live and NBC announced they will cut nearly 30 percent of ads and replace them with branded content. The network says it hopes this change will result in more sustained live viewership.
An inquest into the deaths of 96 soccer fans in a British sports stadium has concluded that faulty policing was responsible. The supporters of Liverpool Football Club were crushed to death during a game in 1989. Their relatives had to fight for nearly 30 years to overcome a police cover-up, which included allegations that the fans themselves were to blame for the disaster.
A federal district judge upheld North Carolina's new voting law, including requirements that voters show a government-issued photo ID at the polls and only vote in the correct precinct. Opponents of the law say they will appeal, but the decision could be in effect for the November elections, which voter advocates say might mean some voters, especially minorities, will be disenfranchised. The judge said that did not appear to be the case.
Donald Trump is hoping for big wins in Tuesday's primaries, as his rivals focus on future contests to deny him the nomination.
A new report says 5 billion people lack access to even the most basic surgical care. Why is surgery ignored in the global health landscape?
Next year, the bell at London's landmark clock will not toll the hours for a few months while repairs are made. It's only the third period of silence in the past 157 years.
The country singer's new album, Meridian Rising, tells Jimmie Rodgers' story as he might have sung it.
Why are some fruits and veggies born ugly? Fighting off fungus, heat and pests can leave blemishes. Some researchers think these battle scars may actually boost the antioxidant content in produce.
It's often said that Washington, D.C., is a town obsessed with politics. Apparently, that obsession extends to its chocolatiers. We visit a factory making politically inspired chocolate bars.
The media giant is trying to acquire the parent company of the Los Angeles Times and eight other daily newspapers.
On this week's All Songs: A premiere from Summer Cannibals, the sax trio Moon Hooch and more.
Pittsburgh has more bridges than even Venice, Italy, but at least 20 are now labeled "structurally deficient."
Jacobus Van Nierop performed "useless and painful procedures" on more than 100 people in a rural French town, the prosecutor argued. He won't be practicing dentistry again.
Target released a statement welcoming transgender people to use the bathroom that corresponds with their gender identity.
Because of its diverse economies, communities, geography and politics, Pennsylvania is sometimes described as a set of microstates.
Rock critic Ken Tucker says Simpson deepens his range and reconnects country to R&B on his new record, a concept album about becoming a father.
"No matter what we've done there comes a point where you think, 'How did I get here?' " Hanks says. He plays an American businessman working in the middle of the Saudi Arabian desert in his new film.
On the 30th anniversary of the nuclear disaster, we revisit the firsthand account of a writer who was able to visit the site.
In addition to the presidential contests, there's also a hotly contested race to fill retiring Sen. Barbara Mikulski's seat.