Suspect detained after allegedly posting online threats to Missouri campus

The University of Missouri Police Department (MUPD) has apprehended a suspect who posted threats to the campus on social media.

Study shows young women live with parents like it’s 1940

The percentage of young women living at home with parents or relatives has risen to its highest level since 1940. More millennial women are putting off marriage and attending college, and they face high living expenses.

Budweiser maker finalizes $107 billion bid for SABMiller

Anheuser-Busch has announced a final agreement to buy Miller for $107 billion.

O.J. Simpson trial witness: ‘O.J. Simpson is guilty’

Kato Kaelin, a key witness who testified in the infamous 1995 O.J. Simpson criminal trial, said he now believes the former NFL star murdered Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.

Jimmy Carter says doctors find no new cancer growth

Jimmy Carter says recent tests have found he's responding well to treatment for cancer.

Funeral today for ‘executed’ 9-year-old boy

Chicago's St. Sabina Church is preparing to eulogize 9-year-old Tyshawn Lee, who died during an alleged gang-related shooting.

50 flights delayed in Miami after suspicious bag

Fifty flights were delayed Monday evening at Miami International Airport after a security alarm was triggered over a suspicious bag.

Cheerios Protein has ‘smidgen’ more protein than original, suit says

The Center for Science in the Public Interest, a non-profit consumer advocacy group, filed a class action lawsuit against General Mills Monday, alleging the cereal manufacturer is misleading customers about one of its latest products, Cheerios Protein.

Starbucks’ new perk for military vets: free tuition for kids

Now the thousands of military veterans who work there are getting an added perk: Free tuition for their spouses and children.

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