Tyson Foods said Monday that net income surged in the second quarter by 48 percent and sales increased by more than 10 percent, results that company leaders said outpaced initial expectations.
The ground shakes daily in central Oklahoma, where natural gas and oil drilling companies inject wastewater into deep wells.
Keith Rose of Rose Aircraft Services Inc. in Mena estimates that an outdated state law that required nonresident aircraft owners to pay sales taxes if they transfer ownership of a plane in Arkansas has cost his company as many as a dozen contracts a year to repair and refurbish business and commercial aircraft.
The Arkansas Arts Center is normally closed to the public on Mondays. But on this Monday, the third Monday of the month, the lights come on and the doors open.
BALTIMORE -- Six days after the death of Freddie Gray sparked riots in Baltimore, the city's mayor lifted a citywide curfew on Sunday, signaling an end to the extraordinary measures taken to ensure public safety amid an outcry over police practices.
NEW YORK (AP) — A 25-year-old police officer shot in the head over the weekend while attempting to stop a man suspected of carrying a handgun died Monday from his injuries, the third New York City officer slain on duty in five months.
FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — Ferguson is paying an attorney $1,335 an hour to help the St. Louis suburb negotiate and possibly litigate reforms pressed by the Justice Department since Michael Brown's shooting death by a police officer there last summer, according to a newspaper report.
JERUSALEM (AP) — When Israel secretly airlifted waves of Ethiopian Jews in the 1980s and 1990s, saving them from war and famine in the Horn of Africa, it was celebrated as a triumphant show of unity for the Jewish people.
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Qatar's inability to ensure decent housing for its bulging migrant labor population was "a mistake" the government is working to fix as it prepares to host the 2022 World Cup, the country's top labor official said Monday, vowing his country would improve conditions for its vast foreign labor force.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The State Department said Monday it has no evidence that any actions taken by Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton when she was secretary of state were influenced by donations to the Clinton Foundation or former President Bill Clinton's speaking fees.