Robert "Bob" Murray, known in the industry as the king of coal, died due to complications from lung disease early Sunday morning surrounded by his family in the Ohio Valley, his lawyer Michael Shaheen told CNN.
The top commanding general at Fort Hood army base in Texas has taken the unusual step of posting a message on Facebook asking seven anonymous noncommissioned officers (NCOs) to give him details of misconduct allegations they described in a news article.
The Columbus City Council is slated to vote Monday on a $475,000 settlement with an African American policeman after the officer, a 28-year veteran, says he faced retaliation for reporting racism and other misconduct by a superior.
Two of the Department of Homeland Security's immigration enforcement agencies are preparing for the possibility of more civil unrest amid a contentious election, according to officials, part of a concerted effort by federal and local authorities to prepare for large-scale protests.
American Airlines plans to convince passengers that the 737 Max is safe to fly. So it's considering tours and giving potential customers the chance to ask questions of the airline's pilots and mechanics.