The US Fish and Wildlife Service recently designated Southern Mountain Caribou as an "endangered species"—except, in the lower 48 states, they're technically already extinct.
Pablo Martinez, 31, told federal investigators that he poured hot water down the boy's throat from the bath faucet on September 26 and held him underwater for five to 10 minutes.
The Catholic Church celebrated the beatification of Richard Henkes, a priest who was an outspoken critic of the Third Reich during the 30s and 40s and who died of typhus while ministering to the sick at the Dachau concentration camp.
"The fact that we are now able to play a classic game of Uno straight out of the box with both blind and sighted friends or family members is a truly historic moment."
James Meyer of Old East Dallas has been charged with murder for allegedly shooting a burglar in the early morning and going back to sleep for around two hours before calling the police.
Court documents said "religious motivation" may have been behind the alleged triple homicide Matthew Bernard of Keeling, Virginia, committed against his mother, sister and one-year-old nephew.
A Petaluma, California, man was able to evade arrest for almost two hours after violating a restraining order against his girlfriend by hiding in a corn maze.
"We have fallen into the culture of adjectives and adverbs, and we have forgotten the strength of nouns," the Pope told his communications team on Monday.
A bill introduced in the state assembly would render Obergefell v. Hodges null and void. "God is perfect," said Rep. Larry Pittman, "and therefore has no need to 'change with the times.'"
It's the latest fright for Nutella fans this year, after a strike at a factory in France in May halted work and put global production at risk.
"Thoughts and prayers for others should be employed selectively," says an economist behind a new study on the value of the phrase.
"We cannot minister to every victim who comes forward and help them out if we don't go this route," said Bishop Salvatore Matano.
Fans of the University of Georgia Bulldogs traded in their usual red and black for pink at a football game on Saturday, in memory of the opposing team's coach's wife who died of breast cancer last month.
Police in Pomona, California, arrested a man for falsely warning of a mass shooting at the LA County Fair.
Mindar, a gender-neutral android that presides at the 400-year old Kodaji Temple in Kyoto, cost about $1 million to produce.
Lindsay Agbalokwu thought she was just having false labor but, "in the classroom, the pain went from zero to 100."
Two beams of light shining four miles into the sky from dusk until dawn pull migrating birds off course, researchers have found.
The Philadelphia Eagles, Seattle Seahawks and Minnesota Vikings are among the teams unveiling rooms for fans with autism, Down syndrome, PTSD or other conditions who need to get away from the roar of the game.
"On the face of it, it seems to be a very serious incident that will be thoroughly investigated by the relevant officials," a rep for the bus company said.
Alvin Kennard, convicted to a life sentence for theft of $50.75, had his term resentenced August 28 to time served and was ordered to be released.
Some Catholic leaders from New York and New Jersey have organized a demonstration in Newark, New Jersey, against the Trump administration's immigration policies.
The nation's capital is home to one of the largest deaf communities in America. "Washington D.C. is considered a mecca for deaf people," said Mozzeria owners Russ and Melody Stein.
After 76 days, Antonio de la Rosa arrived in Honolulu on Saturday in his motorless rig. "My arms and my legs are my motor," said the 50-year-old Spaniard.
Performers had already begun withdrawing from "From Chopin to Gershwin," sponsored by an organization with ties to Gazeta Polska, a Polish magazine claiming the LGBT rights movement has "all the features of a totalitarian ideology."
The woman, who came to the U.S. from Armenia 17 years ago, says she was determined to complete the naturalization process because she was worried about President Trump's immigration policies.
A Washington state man claimed the "Seven Rings" singer directed him to snip the wires to prevent the KGB from poisoning Americans with nuclear toxins sent through power lines.