Biden Says He?s Sorry, and Not Sorry
Responding to complaints by several women about unwanted physical contact, former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. said: ?I?m sorry I didn?t understand more. I?m not sorry for any of my intentions.?
?He Gave Me Permission?: Biden Tries to Push Past Touching Controversy
Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. twice joked about hugging during a speech at an International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers conference.
?We at Boeing Are Sorry,? Chief Executive Says
Dennis A. Muilenburg, Boeing?s chief executive, said on Thursday that Boeing?s software did play a role in the crashes of both Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 and Lion Air Flight 610.
Trump Threatens Mexico With Tariffs ?If the Drugs Don?t Stop?
President Trump said he may give Mexico a ?one-year warning,? after threatening to close the border this week if it didn?t stop illegal immigration. On Thursday, the president altered his message, citing the flow of drugs over the border as his red line.
Man?s Claim to Be Timmothy Pitzen Appears to Be a ?Hoax?
A person in Kentucky told the police that he was Timmothy Pitzen, a boy who vanished in 2011 after his mother?s apparent suicide. But federal investigators disputed the claim, saying DNA tests showed that he was not the missing child.
Ethiopian Crash Investigator Says ?Crew Performed All the Procedures?
Investigators said on Thursday that the crew on the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing Max jet that crashed last month followed all procedures and recommended that the manufacturer should review the plane?s control system.
Study: Safe to Transplant Hepatitis C-Infected Hearts, Lungs
Doctors can safely transplant hepatitis C-infected lungs and hearts into people desperate for a new organ, say researchers who may have found a way to protect those patients from getting the risky virus.
People Living With Incurable Cancers Urge More Research
Tom Smith hesitated to buy light bulbs guaranteed for up to 10 years, thinking they’d outlast him. Terry Langbaum debated filling a prescription for a $13,000-a-month drug that keeps cancer from worsening for three months on average and carries six pages of warnings.
Murder Charge Dropped Against Ex-Deputy in Deadly Fight
Prosecutors are dropping a murder charge against a former deputy who had been accused along with her husband in the strangulation death of a man they confronted outside a Houston-area restaurant.
4 Charged in California, Nevada, Utah Prostitution Ring
Four women were arrested and charged with running a prostitution network in California, Nevada and Utah that generated tens of thousands of dollars a month, authorities said Wednesday.