|Historic red Pegasus flies again in Dallas, complete with oil rig|
DALLAS (Reuters) - A 1934 red neon Pegasus, a familiar emblem of Mobil Oil, has been lit up once again in Dallas, restoring a symbol of a city known for its close association with the oil business that had been locked away for a decade and a half.
|U.S. President Obama visits family of journalist slain by ISIS|
MIAMI (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama met on Thursday with the family of American journalist Steven Sotloff, who was beheaded last year by Islamic State militants.
|FBI launches probe into theft of U.S. taxpayer information|
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The FBI said on Thursday it had begun looking into the illegal access of the tax-return information of about 100,000 people disclosed by the Internal Revenue Service earlier this week.
|U.S. charges 15 Chinese nationals in college exam fraud scheme|
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Fifteen Chinese nationals have been charged with developing a fraud scheme in which they paid impostors to take entrance exams, including the SAT, and gained acceptance to elite American colleges and universities, the U.S. Department of Justice said on Thursday.
|University of North Carolina to remove Ku Klux Klan leader's name from building|
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (Reuters) - A post-Civil War era Ku Klux Klan leader's name will be stripped from a campus building at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill after a vote by the school's board of trustees on Thursday.
|Fiat Chrysler recalling 4 million vehicles in U.S. with Takata air bags|
DETROIT (Reuters) - Fiat Chrysler Automobiles on Thursday became the first automaker to expand its U.S. recall of vehicles with faulty Takata Corp air bag inflators since federal safety regulators announced a massive recall campaign last week.