10 things to know for Friday, April 11: A college tour that turned tragic
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
A Northern California crash involving a FedEx tractor-trailer and a bus carrying high school students to visit Humboldt State University killed 10 people.
Australia’s prime minister says authorities are confident they’re hearing signals from the recording devices. But it’s a race against time as the batteries weaken.
Obama is expected to nominate his budget director, Sylvia Mathews Burwell, to replace Kathleen Sebelius as Health and Human Services secretary.
The Nasdaq sheds nearly 130 points — its worst day in three years — while the Dow industrials plunged 266 points.
Suggestions accepted for consideration include legalizing both marijuana and prostitution.
Researchers are tracking the health of more than 30,000 workers involved in the cleanup and they’re to discuss their findings so far.
The 6.1-magnitude temblor also damaged dozens of homes, including around 100 in the town of Nagarote.
A judge finds that flashing your headlights amounts to speech protected by the state constitution.
Nirvana, Peter Gabriel, Kiss, Hall & Oates, Linda Ronstadt and the E Street Band are among this year’s inductees.
The three-time champ struggles to a 4-over 76 — one of the worst scores of his career at Augusta National.