Big U.S. Companies You Might Not Know Are Religious
Talking about religion and politics can be dangerous among friends. It's doubly so for businesses. That double-edged sword became crystal clear last year after Chick-fil-A's COO made comments about the chain's opposition to gay marriage. It sparked a massive backlash from the media, gay and lesbian couples, and even the mayor of Boston.
Ohio day care worker accused of drugging children's snacks
A central Ohio day care worker sprinkled drugs on snacks to get children in her day care to sleep during the day, according to police charges filed Monday that the woman adamantly denies as a misunderstood joke.
Florida fishermen reel in $2.5 million bale of cocaine
Five fishermen on a commercial expedition 2-3 miles off the coast of Destin, Fla., on Wednesday found 25 kilograms (55 pounds) of cocaine floating in the water, worth an estimated $2.5 million, before handing it over to authorities.
A year after Obama policy change, immigrant youths experience delayed coming of age
One year after President Barack Obama announced a policy change allowing young people living in the U.S. illegally to stay and work, many of their lives have changed in big ways.
Ogden man shot as he knelt to pray is expected to recover
Charles "Ricky" Jennings walked into the St. James the Just Catholic Church Sunday about an hour after Mass had started, holding his wife's hand.
Firefighters battling 3 blazes in eastern Utah
Utah firefighters are continuing to battle three lightning-caused wildfires that broke out last week in the eastern part of the state.
Man dies cliff diving at Flaming Gorge
A man died this weekend when he jumped from a cliff into Flaming Gorge.
Snowden Appears Live on Guardian Website, Believes US Could Kill Him
Edward Snowden, the self-confessed leaker of the documents revealing the National Security Agency's top-secret phone and Internet surveillance program, appeared suddenly online Monday and began answering questions live on Britain's The Guardian newspaper's website.