Gov. Asa Hutchinson has said he would sign the bill, which allows businesses to refuse people service on religious grounds, most notably LGBT individuals, making it nearly identical to an Indiana bill.
Over 80 percent of Americans believe airline pilots, bus drivers and train engineers should regularly receive psychological testing.
A bankruptcy judge in Delaware approved a bid from Standard General. The auction process was marred by accusations that the hedge fund, RadioShack's largest creditor, used "machinations and manipulation" to ensure its bid won.
The trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will go to closing statements on Monday. The defense called only four witnesses.
The N.J. Ethics Commission has dismissed a complaint against the state's former top pension official and ally of Gov. Chris Christie.
Watchdog groups say Bush, Walker, Santorum and O'Malley are acting like candidates -- and therefore must follow campaign finance rules.
Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress defeated President Goodluck Jonathan, impressing Nigerian voters with his fierce campaign on security and anti-corruption.
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