The parent company of the Daily Mail is reportedly in talks with private equity firms about a possible bid for Yahoo (YHOO). The U.K. conglomerate is said to be one of about 40 companies expressing interest in the struggling Internet firm. (WSJ)
After two years of heavy legal and financial consequences, General Motors (GM) has started to win lawsuits related to the gravest safety crisis in its history, the recall of 2.6 million small cars with faulty ignition switches. (NY Times)
The terrorists who struck Brussels last month initially planned to launch a second assault in France. But the perpetrators, feeling the "speed of the progress" by authorities, decided to rush an attack on the Belgian capital instead. (AP)
CIA Director John Brennan told NBC News the agency would not engage in "enhanced interrogation" practices, including waterboarding, even if ordered to by a future president. GOP front-runner Donald Trump has said if elected, he'd authorize the use of the harsh techniques.
Paul Manafort, who just assumed an expanded role in Trump's campaign, raised questions about the "gestapo tactics" of GOP presidential rival Ted Cruz. Manafort told "Meet the Press" the Cruz campaign is not playing by the rules to secure delegates. (NBC News)
In a stark warning for Trump as he looks to a possible general election showdown with Hillary Clinton, Americans trust the Democratic front-runner more on issues from immigration to nominating Supreme Court justices. That's according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll.
The departure of hedge fund manager David Tepper from New Jersey to Florida has spurred Garden State lawmakers to call for a change in the state's tax structure. Meanwhile, a key legislative forecaster raised concerns over revenue uncertainty. (AP)