Fiat Chrysler Automobile announced Saturday that CEO Sergio Marchionne's health had suddenly deteriorated following surgery and that its board of directors had chosen Jeep executive Mike Manley to replace him.
Zachary Sligar, 18, and his 15-year-old girlfriend were arrested on Friday in connection with a triple murder plot against the girlfriend’s family so the two of them could run away together. The girl’s mother was shot in the face.
According to a new study, liver disease deaths spiked by 65 percent in the United States from 1999-2016, disproportionately affecting young adults ages 25-34. The increase was driven entirely by alcohol-related liver disease.
More than 39,000 Kentucky Utilities customers remained without power in Fayette County on Saturday morning following several rounds of violent storms that swept through the area in the previous 24 hours, the utility reported.
Strong storms left more than 100,000 Kentucky Utilities and LG&E customers without power Friday. About 50,000 of them were in Fayette County, and about 12,000 were in Woodford. A company spokesman said some customers might not have power overnight.
Seventeen people killed in Table Rock Lake boating accident as winds exceeding 60 mph ripped across the southwest Missouri lake Thursday evening. Many were questioning why the “Ride the Ducks” tour boat was on the water.
An Oregon mother and her 15-year-old son are suing a school district over its policy that allows transgender students to use the bathroom that corresponds with their gender identity. The suit seeks to reverse the policy.
Workers at legal brothels in Nevada say an attention-grabbing pimp's campaign for the Legislature has sparked an anti-brothel effort that they fear could spread to other parts of the state that allow for legal prostitution.
Students from a Maryland school where a girl was killed in a shooting and a reporter from the Capital-Gazette newspaper where five people were shot to death last month are urging lawmakers to approve stronger gun-control measures.
Apollo 11 moonwalker Buzz Aldrin is expected to be noticeably absent from a gala kicking off a yearlong celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the first moon-landing, even though his foundation is a sponsor and he typically is the star attraction.