On this day in history: Russian cosmonaut first man to walk in space; Mahatma Gandhi is sent to prison for civic disobedience, Italy's Mussolini agrees to enter WWII; Terri Schiavo's feeding tube removed; Singer John Philips dies. (March 18)
Shoppers at a Southern California mall ran into stores and out the exits Saturday after authorities said a gunman shot and killed one person and then turned the gun on himself. (March 17)
It is a tradition on St. Patrick's Day, to celebrate in the Windy City with thousands of spectators crowding the banks of the Chicago River to be amazed at the rivers temporary hue of emerald green. (March 17)
Vice President Mike Pence visited Savannah for St. Patrick's day to take part in the biggest Southern festivities besides Mardi Gras. Pence watched the parade with his wife Karen, his mother Nancy Pence-Fritsch and Savannah Mayor Eddie DeLoach. (March 17)
Here's the latest for Saturday, March 17th: Two cars have been removed form the Florida bridge rubble; Jeff Sessions has fired FBI Director Andrew McCabe; Russia is aiming for high voter turnout in Sunday's election; Chicago River was dyed green.
Russia on Saturday announced it is expelling 23 British diplomats and threatened further measures in retaliation in a growing diplomatic dispute over a nerve agent attack on a former spy in Britain. (March 17)
Investigators thought that they had Weinstein dead to rights in 2015 after he allegedly groped Italian model Ambra Battilana in his office.
Mar.16 -- Guru Hariharan, Boomerang Commerce chief executive officer, and Bloomberg Gadfly's Shira Ovide discuss how Amazon is changing the landscape of the corporate world with Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology." Ovide's opinions are her own.