Fiat Chrysler is recalling more than 300,000 vehicles in North America because a transmission problem could cause them to roll away unexpectedly. The recall covers Dodge Dart compact cars from 2013 through 2016 with six-speed automatic transmissions.
The Kremlin says North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will visit Russia later this month. It said in a brief statement Thursday that Kim will visit Russia "in the second half of April" on Russian President Vladimir Putin's invitation, but gave no further details.
The manhunt for the 18-year-old who made threats to Colorado schools Tuesday is over. Sol Pais was found dead in the mountains near Denver. She was allegedly infatuated with the Colombine massacre, making threats just days before the 20th anniversary.
Special counsel Robert Mueller's report says President Donald Trump repeatedly sought to seize control of the Russia probe. The report scrutinizes 10 incidents, including Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey, the president's directive to have Mueller fired, and efforts to encourage witnesses not to cooperate.
Reaction to the Mueller report among Northland members of Congress is largely falling along party lines. Many Democrats want Mueller to testify before Congress, while Republicans say the report confirms that there was no collusion with Russia.
Marijuana advocates are trying again to legalize pot in Wisconsin. A Democratic state legislator unveiled a new pot legalization proposal Thursday, but it's unclear if it stands any chance in the Republican-controlled legislature.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say a virus appears to be the cause of a polio-like illness that caused paralyzing symptoms in some Minnesota children last fall.
Marijuana enthusiasts have for decades celebrated all things marijuana on April 20. No, Hallmark doesn't yet have a card to mark "420." But the once counter-culture celebration is now appealing even to button-down Corporate America.
Honda is slowing production of Accords and Civics as car buyers continue to favor SUVs and trucks. The automaker says it will temporarily idle a second-shift production line in August at an Ohio assembly plant.
You've probably heard of the apps Tinder or Bumble but what Platonic? Well, you'll be hearing about it soon. The anit-loneliness app was created by UMD graduate and entreprenuer, Nathan Lipinski, and will launch this Summer.
After passing waves of tax cuts in recent years, some lawmakers in several Republican-dominated states have decided it's time to make a big exception and are pushing for tax increases to fix roads that are crumbling from years of neglect.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders says the president wants to explore a twice-dismissed proposal to send migrants to "sanctuary cities," but it was not the preferred solution to fix the straining immigration system.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino called for a crackdown on racism at soccer games after multiple high-profile incidents. Infantino referred to the "three-step procedure" at tournaments which allows a referee to stop a game, suspend a game and ultimately abandon a game if discriminatory behavior persists.
Mexican authorities say that a group of about 350 migrants broke the locks on a border gate and forced their way into southern Mexico. The group joined a larger group of about 2,000 migrants who are walking toward Tapachula.
Authorities are asking the public for tips about several dog poisoning cases in northern Wisconsin. Since December, dogs have died in Bayfield, Florence, and Marinette counties after ingesting poison left on public lands.
A Crow Wing County Minnesota farm where deer were found infected with a fatal brain disease has closed under an agreement that paid the owner to euthanize his herd. Officials didn't disclose how much Trophy Woods Ranch was paid or how many deer were euthanized.