Reuters: Boeing Employees Had Concerns With 737…

Reuters reports Boeing withheld documentation of employees' concerns about a system that was eventually linked to two fatal plane crashes.

Johnson & Johnson Recalls Baby Powder After…

The company said it's voluntarily recalling one lot of its baby powder after the FDA found trace amounts of asbestos in a bottle purchased online.

Chicago Teachers' Strike Highlights Student…

Chicago Public Schools teachers are using a strike in part to highlight Chicago's 17,000 homeless students and their struggles.

Pennsylvania Diocese Paid More Than $4 Million To…

The program also includes counseling, spiritual guidance and pastoral care.

Dream Jobs: Capitol Tour Guide

He explains the meaning behind every sculpture and plaque on Capitol Hill.

The Regional Dialects Of The Internet

Across borders, online, on our phones, the way we talk is changing.

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UAW Members To Vote On GM Contract Deal

The deal would give temporary workers a path to permanent status, allow for biannual raises and pay out "ratification bonuses."

New York City Council Votes To Close Rikers Island

The city council approved a plan to close the eight jails on Rikers Island and build a system of smaller, borough-based jails instead.

NYC Council Votes To Close Infamous Rikers Island…

For this plan to work, Mayor Bill de Blasio and the city of New York are counting on the city to continue its trend of steady of decarceration.

White House Chief Of Staff Walks Back Comment On…

Mick Mulvaney said "there was absolutely no quid pro quo" between the president and Ukraine after seeming to say the opposite earlier on Thursday.

President Trump Will Host Next G-7 Summit At His…

Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney says​ the 47th G-7 Summit will be at the Trump National Doral Resort in Miami.

New Bill Would Let The FTC Set, Enforce Minimum…

Sen. Ron Wyden's "Mind Your Own Business Act" would also make it easier for consumers to opt out of having their data tracked.

California Launches Statewide Earthquake Early…

Gov. Gavin Newsom and other state officials announced the new system during a press conference Thursday.

Chicago Teachers Union Goes On Strike

The strike comes after weeks of failed negotiations between the city and union, forcing around 29,000 teachers and 300,000 students out of class.

To Help Suicidal Teens Recover, Doctors Appoint…

Suicide is the second-most common killer of teens.

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Opioid Manufacturers Expected To Settle Thousands…

The $50 billion settlement with states and local governments would pay for services to deal with the opioid epidemic.