Years before Andreas Lubitz crashed a commercial airliner into the French Alps, the Federal Aviation Administration raised questions about his mental health, declining to give him a medical certificate.
When Les Moonves sits down at a restaurant in Hollywood, it's usually the waiter's lucky night. As the president and CEO of CBS Corp., which includes Showtime, Moonves runs a powerful television network in a town where nearly every waiter also wants to be an actor.
A 17-year-old teen who has been living at Connecticut Children's Medical Center since December while being forced to have chemotherapy to treat Hodgkin's lymphoma has completed treatment and left the hospital Monday, according to her attorney, Josh Michtom.
Hillary Clinton offered her fullest comments on dealing with race and justice issues in America on Wednesday, telling an audience at Columbia University that it is time for the United States to come to terms with "unmistakable and undeniable" racial patterns in policing.
The manned gyrocopter that landed on the Capitol grounds earlier this month was picked up by government sensors set up to protect the capital from air threats, the top commander of North American air defense said Wednesday.
Volunteers and local residents help clean up Baltimore after riots broke out following the funeral for Freddie Gray, who died of a severe spinal cord injury he got while in police custody. See pictures of the cleanup efforts.