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Korean Air 'Nut Rage' Executive Freed From Prison

An appeals court reduced the sentence of former Korean Air executive Heather Cho. She demanded that a plane return to the gate because her macadamia nuts weren't served in a manner to her liking.

Uneasy Rider: The Origins Of Motorcycle Gangs And How They Remain A Force

Steve Cook, who heads the Midwest Outlaw Motorcycle Gang Investigators Association, tells NPR that soldiers returning from World War II formed biker gangs, which became infamous during a 1947 riot.

2 Biker Rallies: One White, One Black One 'Badass,' The Other, Just 'Bad'

A pair of motorcycle rallies in Myrtle Beach, S.C. one black, one white tell us a lot about who gets the benefit of the doubt when it comes to biker culture.

In America's Heartland, Heroin Crisis Is Hitting Too Close To Home

Midwestern and Southwestern states struggle with an influx of heroin being sold for cheap by Mexican cartels. In one community, a spike in heroin-related deaths has everyone on high alert.

Covered California Votes To Cap What Patients Pay For Pricey Drugs

The agency that administers Obamacare in California moved to make expensive medicines more affordable in 2016. In most plans, patients will pay no more than $150 or $250 a month.

Your Roommate In The Nursing Home Might Be A Bedbug

If you're in a medical facility, bedbugs should not be on your worry list. But infestations of the bloodsucking insects in nursing homes and hospitals are on the rise.

Millions Of Dollars In Speech Fees Support Clinton Foundation

Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton charge hundreds of thousands of dollars to talk to banks, universities and other groups, and give the proceeds to the family's philanthropic foundation.

DA Seeks Indictment In Savannah Jail Death

Chatham County District Attorney Meg Heap says in late June her office plans to present a criminal indictment to a grand jury in the death of Mathew Ajibade

Atlanta Pension Fund Adviser Faces Charges

Charges have been filed against an Atlanta firm and two executives who are accused of selling unsuitable investments to Atlanta city employee pension funds.

An Irreplaceable Replacement, This Sub Gets The Job Done

Josephine Brewington, from Indiana, is the 2015 Substitute Teacher of the Year.