Swiss Alps avalanche kills 3, injures 2 near famed glacier

Rescue crews walk the avalanche site near Fiesch, Switzerland. BERLIN — Swiss police say three skiers have been killed in an avalanche in the Alps and two others have been taken to a hospital with light injuries. Police in Valais canton (state) say the avalanche hit the group of five

Memphis: How Do You Remember Martin Luther King Jr.?

Activists gather outside the National Civil Rights Museum following the annual Martin Luther King Day march on January 16, 2017 in Memphis, Tennessee. April 4 marks the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s death. NPR’s Noel King is traveling to Memphis, Tenn., to report on how the city has

At Least Two Dead After Helicopter Crashes in New York City’s East River

At least two dead after helicopter crashes in New York City's East ...

A private helicopter chartered for a photo shoot crashed into New York City’s East River near Roosevelt Island killing at least two aboard. The helicopter pilot survived and three passengers were taken to the hospital in critical condition, according to officials. There were six people aboard the private aircraft. “It

Season Three of the Emmy-winning Amazon Prime Video Series All or Nothing, Featuring the Dallas Cowboys, Premieres Friday, April 27

Season Three of Amazon Prime Video's Emmy-winning All or Nothing ...

SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)– (AMZN)—Amazon today announced that season three of the Emmy-winning docuseries All or Nothing, a Prime Original series produced by NFL Films, will launch on Friday, April 27. All or Nothing: The Dallas Cowboys, once again narrated by Emmy-winning actor Jon Hamm (Baby Driver, Mad Men), follows the Cowboys

Trump accuses stock market of making ‘big mistake’ by going down

Do you remember the good “old days?” Well, President Trump sure does, and things aren’t like they used to be! On Wednesday, he returned to one of his favorite topics — the stock market — after having been oddly silent on the subject throughout the recent tumult: In the “old

Verify: City of Dallas considers mandatory recycling for apartments

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No more trash in landfills. Cities across America, like Dallas, are pushing programs to accomplish that. It’s called Zero Waste, and Dallas is way behind its goal. To catch up, it’s considering a new option that could affect 210,000 residents. Last summer, Verify hooked up with viewer Rick Gavos. He

Twitter’s Anthony Noto to Become SoFi CEO

Anthony Noto, shown during an interview in New York in May, is leaving Twitter to become CEO of SoFi. Twitter Inc. operating chief Anthony Noto is leaving to become head of online lender Social Finance Inc., dealing a blow to Twitter’s strategy for growth and raising questions about who will