The trial could come down to whether James Holmes was sane during the shooting. A court-appointed psychologist who examined him told jurors he was. But experts hired by the defense say the opposite.
Europe is increasing search and rescue missions in the Mediterranean after hundreds of African migrants drowned en route to European shores. We go out on patrol with Spain's maritime rescue service.
Beards can slow a swimmer down but maybe no longer. The company Virgin Trains, which sponsors a race in England, has created a product called the Beard Cap. It's a lycra swim cap for facial hair.
The International House of Pancakes' logo had a red curve running under the letters IHOP — upside down and looking a lot like a frowny face. The new logo has rectified that issue.
Clean-up crews are working hard to be ready for 150 campers who arrive on Sunday, despite the damage done by floods to the region.
The new rules rely on phone companies to collect the data. The altered approach was approved by the Senate on Tuesday, matching a version the House passed to update the Patriot Act.
Indian authorities say they've detained a pigeon they suspect of spying for Pakistan, which has sparked humorous reactions from both nations.
A violent storm struck a cruise ship on the Yangtze River with such force that water seeped into the cabins and the ship began listing before ultimately capsizing. That, according to one of the few to survive the disaster. More than 450 people — mostly retirees — were on the ship.
Pro hockey's Stanley Cup Finals kick off Wednesday night. David Greene talks to Greg Wyshynski, editor of Yahoo's Puck Daddy blog, for a preview of the Chicago Blackhawks and the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Machines have been taking jobs forever. Computers and software are doing things people were paid to do. They are booking airplane flights. Filing our taxes. And they are getting better all the time.
Lawyers for the sons of sports legend Jim Thorpe are asking for their father's remains to be moved from a roadside mausoleum in Pennsylvania back to land in Oklahoma.
It's been nearly seven years since the start of the financial crisis. Benjamin Lawsky has been policing the world's biggest financial institutions. Before stepping down, he talks to Renee Montagne.
Lawmakers wanted to know more about the recall of some 34 million vehicles that have potentially defective air bags made by the Takata Corporation. Congress wants to know what caused the problem.
Head of the world soccer federation Sepp Blatter will step down after a replacement is found. U.S. authorities indicted a group of FIFA officials on corruption charges but Blatter wasn't among them.
Additional confirmed cases of the Middle East respiratory syndrome, or MERS, have led to more than 200 school closures and a minor public panic in South Korea.
Bush, who is likely running for president, is a firm Catholic. But that might not be enough for evangelical Christians in Iowa who see him as moderate and are looking elsewhere.
The College Board has announced a unique partnership with Khan Academy to make prep materials for the SAT college-entrance exam available.
Most commuter trains are several years away from implementing Positive Train Control system to prevent derailment. With Americans taking 490 million commuter rail trips last year, the stakes are high.
In Nairobi, people don't like getting into cabs driven by strangers. They prefer to call drivers they know or who their friends recommend. A new app assigns drivers a trust score based on social ties.
Storms had canceled flights at La Guardia Airport. Among the stranded: the casts of the Broadway shows Aladdin and The Lion King. So the performers had a spontaneous sing-off in the terminal.