A long-lost piece of country music history is found
In 1969 a rose-embroidered, rhinestone-accented suit owned by Chris Ethridge, of The Flying Burrito Brothers, was stolen from a station wagon; after more than 50 years, Ethridge's daughter found it for sale at auction.
Egg suppliers ordered to pay 17.7 million by federal jury for price gouging in 2000s
The jury ruled last week that the egg producers used various means to limit the domestic supply of eggs to increase the price of products during the 2000s.
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Fighting resumes in Gaza after short-term cease-fire ends; Food journalist Katie Parla discusses new book "Food of the Italian Islands"
Major oil and gas companies agree to cut down methane emissions at COP28
A coalition of 70 major oil and gas companies are expected to agree to significantly cut their methane emissions by the end of the decade at the COP28 climate summit, marking a potential breakthrough in the fight against climate change. Ben Tracy has more on …
Husband suspected of killing wife, lying about intruder
Nick Firkus called 911 and said someone broke into his home and shot him and his wife, Heidi. The investigation of Heidi’s death came down to one simple question: was there really an intruder in their home?
What did investigators find at the Firkus' Minnesota home?
Nick Firkus went on trial for the murder of his wife, but he says an intruder killed her. Using a reconstructed model of their home, prosecutors challenged his claim, stating it was highly unlikely.
Las Vegas police search for lone suspect in homeless shootings
The shootings came on the same day Los Angeles officials announced they believed a serial killer was responsible for the killings of three homeless men in their city.
Who killed Heidi Firkus? Her husband Nick says he didn't do it.
For over a decade, investigators worked to piece together the 2010 murder of Heidi Firkus, who, according to her husband Nick Firkus, was shot and killed in a burglary at the couple's Saint Paul, Minnesota, home.
Peruvian rainforest defender killed returning from environmental workshop
Quinto Inuma Alvarado was shot three times in the back and once in the head, his son said.
Food journalist Katie Parla discusses new book "Food of the Italian Islands"
We head to Italy to to meet best-selling author and food journalist Katie Parla. Parla, a native of New Jersey, which she refers to as Italy's unofficial 21st region, recently released "Food of the Italian Islands," which focuses on the cuisines of coastal It…