Prosecutors: Misogynist Shooter Targeted Women
"He rants and rambles about female motorists and how incompetent they are," the prosecutor reportedly said to the court.
PETA Urges Aretha Franklin's Family to Donate Her Furs
As faux fur and other cruelty-free, vegan materials take over, real animal fur can be put to good use, and this generous donation would secure Aretha forever as an "Angel" for animals, the letter said.
Controversy Over Serena Williams' Catsuit Continues
While at the French Open, Williams said she felt empowered in the outfit and felt "like a warrior princess."
Walmart Canada Gets Backlash for "Fat Tax" On Clothes
Plus-sized shoppers will pay about 20 percent more.
Buddhist Monk Kills 9-Year-Old for Interrupting Prayer
Monk Suphachai Suthiyano, 64, was disrupted during a prayer session when Wattanapol Sisawad, 9, reportedly demonstrated "playful" behavior.
Americans Don't Care About Trump Using the N-Word
President Donald Trump's use of the N-word might impact him very little politically but would redefine our understanding of how race is interpreted in modern-day America.
Procter & Gamble Wants to Trademark LOL, WTF and Others
The primary goal is to market a new product to a younger consumer base.
Waffle Day 2018: Which Wheat is Best for Your Waffle?
Wheat is one of the most widely distributed cereal grains in the world.
NASA Will Launch a Laser Into Space to Measure Ice Caps
The new satellite will measure the changes more accurately than ever before.
Sewage Can Become Biofuel, Canadian Scientists Say
Globs of fat, food scraps, napkins, condoms, human waste and grease are just some of the ingredients often found in fatbergs.
Vornado Space Heaters Recalled Twice in Six Months
The U.S. Department of Energy estimated that over 25,000 residential fires every year are associated with the use of space heaters, which result in approximately 300 deaths.
NASA Has New Apps Ideal for Selfies and VR Space Travel
Your selfie game is about to be out of this world.
U.S. Open Inspires First Tennis Match in Space
Astronauts were allowed to hit under and over the net and decided that the primary goal was in continuing to get the ball past the net in conditions that lack a gravitational constant.
Feds Investigating If Duck Boat Accident Was Crime
The Coast Guard has referred the case to federal officials.
99 Hardware Stores Owned by Lowe's to Close
The company decided to close 99 stores on Friday, but allegedly informed employees of the decision on Tuesday.
'Trump Baby' Blimp Had Test Flight in Washington
The balloon is currently the only one of its kind in the state.
Judge Denies Mom of "Affluenza" Teen Early Release
"She should know better than that," said Judge Wayne Salvant.
Stratolaunch Plane to Fly by 2018, Then Launch Rockets
"Whatever the payload, whatever the orbit, getting your satellite into space will soon be as easy as booking an airline flight," said Stratolaunch Chief Executive Officer Jean Floyd.
Ugandan Police Arrest U.S. Pastor Who Assaulted Staff
"Fuck Uganda, I've come to love Uganda, I've come to help Uganda, but Uganda hates Jesus through this son of a bitch," pastor Jimmy Tailor declares to the camera.
Turkish Lira Falls Again After Trump Tweet Over Pastor
"We've seen your games, and we are challenging you."
ICE Detains Husband Driving Pregnant Wife to Hospital
ICE will no longer exempt classes or categories of removable aliens from potential enforcement.
Watch: Humpback Whale Capsizes Boat
Scientists believe the reason that this particular species surfaces is purely for fun.
Banksy Upset by Exhibit That Charged to See His Work
Banksy said the exhibit was "the opposite of LOL"
Teacher Who Plays Nazi Wrestler Allowed to Teach
The school board said Bean did not violate any of the five policies that govern activities outside of school for their employees.
Cosmonauts Break GoPro During Spacewalk
Astronauts broke a GoPro camera they were to use for a state-funded Russian international television network, saying they "didn't know how to attach" it.
Fish Traps Repel Sharks With Magnets in New Study
The authors of the study call the development a "win-win" for the environment and for commercial fishermen.
Unite the Right: Washington, D.C., Prepares For Rally
On Wednesday, a section of 4th Street in Charlottesville where anti-white supremacist protester Heather Heyer died was renamed in her memory. But the neo-Nazi group was scheduled to rally again on Sunday.
Alaska Airlines Hijacker Called Himself Broken Man
In audio footage released to the public, the man identifies himself as a white person who was unaware that he "had a few screws loose." He is heard asking the controller about a job with Alaska Airlines and said he knew his actions would disappoint his loved ones.
Omarosa Accuses Trump of Starting Race War
"I am no longer friends with him (the President), said Omarosa in the video interview, "nor do I want to be."
Police Chief's Son, Accused of Beating, Defiant
District Attorney Tori Verber Salazar videotaped a statement of her own that was posted after Friday's arraignment and translated into Punjabi. "The behavior we witnessed on the video does not represent who we are as a community," she said.