The Senate failed again to advance legislation to protect the U.S. electrical grid and other critical industries from cyberattack, setting the stage for President Barack Obama to sign an executive order to improve the country's digital defenses.
A former Texas licensing official tells jurors a woman convicted of murder after a fire at her home day care killed four children lied about having a juvenile conviction, a criminal history that would have prevented her from getting a child care license.
A Cleveland judge who sentenced a woman to hold an embarrassing sign in public plans to personally supervise the second day of the punishment after being unsatisfied with the woman's demeanor the first day.
A deadly Indianapolis explosion that decimated a neighborhood shows signs that aren't characteristic of natural gas explosions caused by appliances. But experts say they can't rule out a faulty furnace if conditions were right.