Rare 'Brain-Eating Amoeba' Infects Swimmer; Forces Beach Closure
The potentially deadly amoeba is so rare that there have been only 154 known cases in the United States since 1962.
Children's Book Recall: Thousands Pulled Over Choking Hazard Alert
Nearly 186,000 of the books were sold between January 2020 and April 2022, with most of them purchased in the United States.
Five-Year-Old Killed in Drive-By Was on Ice Cream Trip With Family
Police are now calling on the residents of Houston for help in finding the suspects involved in the deadly shooting.
Gas Station Slashes Prices to Below $1 Per Gallon
The Express Lane 76 gas station in Forest, Virginia, offered a surprisingly low price for two hours on Wednesday afternoon.
Eric Holder Jr. Faces Life in Prison After Nipsey Hussle Murder Conviction
In addition to first-degree murder, the jury convicted Holder of a number of other charges, including attempted voluntary manslaughter.
NY Candidate Leaves GOP, Ends Campaign Over Party's Stances on Trump, NRA
Joel Giambra, a Republican New York state Senate candidate, announced he's leaving the GOP for a number of reasons.
Mom's Vegan Diet Contributed to Toddler Starving to Death: Police
The state attorney's office added that three daughters, ages 3, 5 and 11, all suffered from extreme neglect and child abuse.
Al Jazeera Journalist Shireen Abu Akleh Likely Killed by Israeli Gunfire
The U.S. Department of State issued a release Monday which said the 51-year-old journalist was likely shot and killed by gunfire from Israeli armed forces.
Pope Francis Dismisses Reports of Resigning in the Near Future
According to a recent interview, Pope Francis said that the idea that he would step down as pope has "never entered my mind."
Man Invests Entire Life Savings Into Virtual Property
"I get a revenue based on everything that a player finds out there," Entropia Universe landowner Justin Reed said.
Deaths of 1,000 Pigs Leads to Woman's Arrest
The animals who were left without access to food and water were found by deputies in various stages of decomposition.
Hospital Bans, Then Allows Plan B Amid Unclear Abortion Laws
The hospital reversed its decision hours later after a "further review" but would monitor any changes that may take place.
Human Smuggling Deaths Continue to Mount in Texas After Fatal Crash
In addition to the four immigrants killed in the crash, the Texas Department of Safety added that three other people were critically injured in the crash.
R Kelly, Ghislaine Maxwell Prison Sentence Disparity Cited by Twitter Users
"Both are obviously terrible, but it's clear who should have received the heftier sentence here," one Twitter user commented.
Bison's Tourist Goring at Yellowstone Park Prompts Expert's Warning
The National Park Service says the incident this week at Yellowstone National Park is the second reported goring by a bison in 2022.
Ex-Trump Official Mulvaney Believes Jan. 6 Testimony Will Only Get Worse
Mick Mulvaney, former acting chief of staff to former President Donald Trump, called the revelation in Representative Cheney's closing statement "stunning."
Pelosi Claims She Worried Mayra Flores' Daughter Was Hidden in Photo
Over the weekend, Flores claimed on social media that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pushed her daughter during her swearing-in ceremony last week.
Jussie Smollett's BET Awards Appearance Sparks Concerns From Viewers
After Smollett, who was convicted in 2021 of paying two men to stage an attack on him, appeared on the red carpet, social media reaction was mostly critical.
Texas AG Creates Holiday in Celebration of Overturning Roe v. Wade
Ken Paxton announced the holiday following Friday's ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization by the U.S. Supreme Court.
'Glory to God': Rep. Lauren Boebert Celebrates Overturning of Roe v. Wade
The Colorado Republican expressed her joy over Friday's Supreme Court's ruling on social media.
Restaurant Manager Shoots at Customer After Argument Over Wait Time: Police
"It was a poor decision by the manager to fire a handgun in an area where there were other citizens and passing motorists," police said.
Bodies Recovered After Divers Drown During Cave Exploration
According to reports, a youth at the scene called 911 to alert authorities about the deadly situation.
Man Slit Wife's Throat, Played Her Favorite Song Watching Her Die: Police
The man's employer alleged he was upset his wife had burned his passport and later admitted to other "unspeakable" acts.
Grandmother Arrested After 3-Year-Old's Body Found in Trash
Police said they are waiting to interview family given the nature of the events.
Infant Drowns in Bathtub While Playing With Brother, Officials Say
The CDC also reports that for children between 1 and 4 years of age, drowning is the second leading cause of death, trailing only birth defects.
Former Iowa Representative Compares Slavery to Abortion in Juneteenth Tweet
Steve King served nine terms in Congress before losing in a Republican primary in 2020.
Grocery Store Yanking Items With Political Packaging Prompts Boycott Calls
Social media users are upset about the moves from Harris Teeter and Kroger.
Officer's Troubling Statement to Black Man During Traffic Stop Goes Viral
An investigation is underway after a police officer was seen on cellphone video telling a motorist that "this is how you guys get killed out here, man."
DOJ Has 'Strong Foundation' for Going After Trump: Former U.S. Attorney
The CNN analyst said the committee has given the Department of Justice the start of a powerful case against the former president.
Texas Seceding From U.S. 'Would Mean War,' Law Expert Says
In 1868, the Supreme Court ruled on a case about Texas and secession from the United States, saying that union was "indissoluble."