Authorities are still searching for the large cat which killed one pet and attacked another in Simi Valley.
Known as the Detroit Dock, a site where uranium was processed for nuclear weapons partially collapsed into the already polluted Detroit River, causing concern from both U.S. and Canadian officials.
Helmut Oberlander may be deported back to Germany after lying to obtain his Canadian citizenship after spending World War II working as a translator for a Nazi killing squad in Russia and Ukraine.
Kansas City voted unanimously to get rid of bus fares Thursday, making it the first major U.S. city adopt entirely fare-free public transportation.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi faced an audience with questions tonight during a CNN Town Hall, where she spoke about health care, climate change and the potential impeachment of President Donald Trump.
140,000 people died worldwide of the measles in 2018 in spite of the existence of effective vaccines against the disease. The highest death toll lay among children under the age of five.
Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) has been urged to cease casting votes by the House Ethics Committee, after pleading guilty to a felony charge of campaign funds misuse.
A Harris-Hill X poll says that Americans still follow the news through televised mediums—and that social media and newspapers are equally popular sources.
Senator Bernie Sanders has taken the lead among college students in a new poll from Axios/CollegeReaction.com while President Donald Trump is in second place.
President Donald Trump thanked the National Parks Service—and Congressman Jim Jordan—while lighting the National Christmas Tree beside first lady Melania Trump.
If put to death on Friday, Lee Hall will be the fourth person in Tennessee to choose the electric chair over lethal injection within the past year.
A Nevada gun law that allows guns to be taken from people deemed to be "high risk" has been labelled an unconstitutional "government power grab" by a conservative group that filed suit in hopes of blocking the law.
"It doesn't affect us. It doesn't affect me," said one freshman Democrat who flipped a GOP district last year. "I've been talking to my constituents about this for some time, and they expect me to do what I think is right."
Pete Buttigieg commended a protester who interrupted a community gathering held to rally African American support for him.
Researchers have published a study investigating the prevalence of firearms in California, the types and numbers of weapons people owned, and their reasons for having them.
Kentucky Family Court Judge Dawn Gentry faces nine charges of misconduct following an investigation by the Kentucky Judicial Conduct Commission which allegedly found "a pattern of misconduct in office."
21-year-old Lloyd Bagtong was taken into custody by Talisayan police in the Misamis Oriental province, charged with murdering a woman, cutting her head off and eating her brains.
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Hausner describes how her chilling new movie uses a brain-altering flower to mirror how humans wear masks for the benefit of others.
A recent report found colleges were moving away from "clearly unconstitutional" free speech policies, but vague rules still create a "chilling effect" on expression.
The two philanthropists are funding a new think tank to reintroduce some restraint and accountability to U.S. statecraft.
In a recent interview with GQ, the Swedish soccer player and member of the LA Galaxy, suggested that the cost for children to play soccer in the United States is a reason why the U.S Men's National Team has struggled in recent years.
After reports of white vans being used to kidnap women and children for sex and organ trafficking spread on Facebook, the company is flagging the statements as false information.
Riot Forge is on the way, though it's still unclear what they are going to make.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will participate in a CNN town hall Thursday at 9:00 p.m. EDT, the network announced last month, where she will likely field questions about impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said he wants to extend the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) "as soon as possible, before the end of this year, without any preconditions."
In a viral tweet, Taylor Swift said she had written a new Christmas song but was wondering if she should release it and sought advice from her three cats.
Dante Mantovani released a video on his YouTube page in which he connected rock music to the "abortion industry," and also referenced "satanism"
"I think a full blown defense that says 'this is a hoax' and 'there's absolutely nothing to it,' will be difficult for them to sustain," Senator Chris Coons said.
Both Wake Forest and Garner -- two North Carolina towns separated by roughly 30 miles -- canceled their parades after seeing social media posts discussing possible protests over floats being planned by two separate Confederate groups.