In a concerted effort to attract jobs, cities, counties and states give private companies huge tax incentives to locate their operations within that jurisdiction. According to former Kansas City auditor and mayor Mark Funkhouser, these tax breaks are essentially fraudulent bribes and should be illegal.
Benito Gutierrez, 69, and Carol Gutierrez, 64, were arrested after their adopted children were discovered living without access to food, water, lights, or a bathroom.
NBC News takes a look at what is driving the Syrian war, a conflict which has killed hundreds of thousands of people and forced millions into exile.
Search patterns matter because sites like Google are becoming increasingly powerful arbiters of public information.
The Swiss government's financial regulatory authority - FINMA, just released official guidelines to regulate certain initial coin offerings (ICOs). The move will help recognize cryptocurrencies as part of the financial system of the country. While other nations have been largely skeptical of cryptocurrencies, with some even placing bans on them; Switzerland sees them as an economic opportunity.
Do these actions represent a true policy sea change for a president who campaigned against gun-control measures in 2016?
Evangelist Pastor Billy Graham, who boasted a career of more than 70 years and was one of the most admired men of the past century, has died at age 99, according to church sources.
Rebecca Johnson denied the allegations against Dan Johnson, but lost the special election in Kentucky to Linda Belcher, a retired teacher.
The #MeToo movement has prompted nurses to stand up for themselves and put an end to what they describe as pervasive sexual harassment from their male patients.
The news comes days after police announced that there was sufficient evidence to indict the Israeli PM for bribery, fraud and breach of trust.