The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office says Muhammad Aziz and Khalil Islam were wrongly convicted in Malcolm X’s Feb. 21, 1965 slaying.
Papa Johns is no longer a possessive name, and the company has also changed its logo.
Fatal overdoses in the U.S. jumped nearly 30 percent during the 12 months ending in April, mostly tied to fentanyl and other synthetic opioids.
Frida Kahlo’s self portrait sold for nearly $35 million at auction, after a private collection held it for nearly 30 years.
Apple is acknowledging a growing “right to repair” movement and making its platforms more fix-friendly.
Staples Center will become “Crypto.com Arena” starting on Christmas day after the company paid $700 million for the naming rights.
The company says “on-the-go sticks” of Country Time Lemonade and Kool-Aid Tropical Punch may contain small particles of metal and glass.
The U.S. men hung on for a 1–1 draw with Jamaica in a World Cup qualifier.
Workers at John Deere voted to accept a third contract offer after a month-long walkout.
Kemmerer, Wyoming will get a nuclear reactor built by TerraPower. The coal and gas town is best known as the site of the first JCPenney store.