A Georgia inmate is scheduled to die by injection on Tuesday in what would be the first execution in the United States since a bungled execution in Oklahoma in April ignited renewed debate and scrutiny of capital punishment.
Chelsea Clinton, who made $600,000 as an NBC news reporter, gave a speech about community service. Chelsea Clinton says every young person should be given the opportunity serve. She also praised George H. W. Bush.
Pete Rose was banned for life from Major League Baseball in 1989 for gambling. But the former coach of the Cincinnati Reds, was back as a guest manager of the Bluefish, an independent league team Monday.
The Fort Worth state lawmaker's feats as a fundraising dynamo since her nearly 13-hour filibuster over new Texas abortion restrictions a year ago have put her in a stronger financial position than any recent Democratic candidate for Texas governor.
San Antonio Spurs, the 2014 NBA champs, eliminated the Miami Heat from the playoffs on Sunday. The Spurs won the series in five games. Afterwards, some Spurs players wrapped themselves the flags of their home countries.
Chris Christie, Republican governor of New Jersey and one-time presidential aspirant, appeared on NBC's 'Tonight Show' late last week. Apparently, Chris Christie will not be fondly remembered for his dancing ability.
Pennsylvania's governor asked President Obama to appoint an emergency board to mediate the contract dispute between the Transportation Authority and its engineers and electricians unions. Transit workers went on strike at midnight, crippling the city's rail system.
Richard Rockfeller, a doctor and father of two was killed when his plane crashed near Westchester Airport Friday. Richard was the son of David Rockefeller, former chairman and CEO of Chase Bank, and the great grandson of John D. Rockefeller, the co-founder of Standard Oil.