A research scientist in Hawaii says she found a message in a bottle written by a 1998 kindergarten class in Washington State. It's only one of several recently reported "message in a bottle" discoveries.
Authorities announced the Thursday arrest of Saifullah Al-Mamun, who they allege smuggled large numbers of people into the U.S. by way of a network operating in Brazil and Latin America.
Former teacher Thomas Guzzi Jr. was sentenced to 17 years Friday, after earlier admitting to secretly filming children in a summer camp bathroom and using the footage to make a pornographic "music video."
A new poll suggests that former President Barack Obama is far and away the most valuable endorsement among former Democratic presidential nominees, with a majority of respondents saying Obama's endorsement would influence their choice in an election.
An engineer at GitHub has reportedly resigned after the company's ongoing contract with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has caused unrest among employees.
Conservative pundit Sean Hannity appeared to express disbelief about a tweet Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made in favor of Washington, D.C. statehood after the Washington Nationals World Series win.
Passengers claim Delta Airlines have edited out references to homosexuality from the version of Elton John biopic "Rocketman" shown on their flights. It's one of several similar claims.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement are allegedly refusing to abide by the ruling of a federal judge, as they continue to detain an LGBT asylum seeker without making an "individualized determination" about the case.
Republicans in the U.S. Senate blocked the latest attempt by Democrats to vote on a voting rights and election reform bill Wednesday.
Dr. George Blatti was charged Wednesday with 54 counts related to his alleged selling of prescriptions for powerful drugs out of his makeshift office at a former Radio Shack and his car stationed at parking lots including a Dunkin' Donuts location in Long Island, New York.
A Republican candidate for an Indianapolis city council seat has been criticized for releasing a campaign ad that allegedly uses his opponent's bisexual status as a "wedge issue."
A 39 month to 20-year sentence was handed to a 19-year-old Michigan man Tuesday, in a case involving a group of five teens who allegedly threw several objects over a highway overpass, killing one man when a large boulder landed on a vehicle.
News that a planned "Game of Thrones" sequel has been scrapped comes one day after former showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss stepped away from plans to develop a new "Star Wars" trilogy.
Disgraced comedian Louis C.K. publicly announced a new tour Monday, about two years after admitting he had been responsible for non-consensual sexual behavior. The announcement appears to have resulted in a mostly negative response online.
Nike filed a new lawsuit against rival shoe manufacturer Skechers Monday, claiming the company had stolen shoe designs and technology.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen was sued by a Tennessee man in August after their chicken sandwiches sold out. The lawsuit now has a trial date.
Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) claimed in a tweet Friday that convicted Russian agent Maria Butina was jailed due to "Russophobia" and "filing the wrong paperwork." Butina was released from a low security prison and deported Friday after serving 15 months of an 18 month sentence.
Fred C. Arena was arrested Friday after officials claim he lied about his membership in white supremacist hate group Vanguard America in order to obtain a security clearance for his job at the Philadelpha Navy Yard.
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang is worried that Walmart's plans to increase automated labor is part of a trend that could "crush" the U.S. labor force, according to a Fox Business report. Recent research seems to suggest that his concern is not unfounded.
U.S. attorneys claim that five people committed fraud in connection by staging an accident with a commercial truck, according to an Thursday indictment. They were allegedly assisted in the scheme by an unnamed attorney.
A pair of Canadian labs have announced a successful production run of a rare isotope used to fight cancer.
Police have warned of an increasing number of ticket scams centered on World Series games between the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros, and recommend consumers exercise particular caution when buying tickets online or over the phone.
A letter sent by New Jersey state officials to one of President Donald Trump's golf resorts claims that the club violated the terms of its liquor license. A previous attempt to remove a liquor license from a Trump property was unsuccessful in September.
Authorities arrested a New York man and his mother Wednesday for allegedly offering and promoting a notorious fake cancer "cure" online. The bogus treatment contains cyanide and scientists say it offers no medical benefit.
Google Home devices have reportedly been prone to recent mass "bricking" incidents, and they are not the only consumer electronics devices breaking down due to software or firmware updates.
Actress Rose McGowan filed a lawsuit Wednesday related to her rape allegation against former film mogul Harvey Weinstein, but an attorney for Weinstein claims that McGowan is a "publicity seeker" after money.
Televangelist Pat Robertson has claimed that scientists are attempting to "make a mouse human" with aborted fetal tissue, on his Christian Broadcasting Network program "The 700 Club."
A lawsuit filed by an Australian woman claims that a group of dingoes attacked her after she tried to retrieve the phone one of the animals had snatched from her hands as she ate lunch.
Researchers have announced the promising results of a phase 2 clinical trial for the treatment of celiac disease. The method also could potentially be applied to other autoimmune diseases and a wide array of allergies.
Former prisoner Don Blakenship, who was CEO of Massey Energy company when a 2010 explosion claimed the lives of 29 miners, is seeking the presidential nomination of the far-right Constitution Party. Blankenship previously mounted an unsuccessful campaign for a West Virginia senate seat.