Vishal Solanki, of Ontario, Canada, said he used his Amazon Prime membership to order a children's art set, but was stunned to find a baggie containing several kinds of pills inside the same package.
It's been six years, but Elsa and Anna are finally back on the big screen today.
Trackers went "crazy" over the weekend, says OCEARCH, a marine conservation nonprofit, as great white sharks migrated from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico for the winter.
Lexie York, 29, was attacked in her hotel room by a man she had met earlier at the Grand Bahia Principe resort in Tulum, Mexico.
The Senate Majority Leader was once again condemned over gun control, days after #MassacreMitch trended for a second time.
Harford County police have arrested 19-year-old Nathan Newell on burglary and assault charges stemming from a home invasion in which they say he attacked a man who made a large cash withdrawal at the bank where he worked.
There's more impeachment testimony on Capitol Hill but the real test for Donald Trump will be in Louisiana this weekend.
Republican Rep. Steve King tweeted four photos he claimed depicted the Ukraine whistleblower, philanthropist Alexander Soros.
Meanwhile, from Australian bushfires to Italian floods, climate change is dividing mayors from national politicians.
With the time he has left in Congress, King said he would vote against impeaching President Donald Trump and support the president's reelection bid.
Sid Miller, the Texas Agriculture Commissioner, told people to "lighten up" after making the offensive remarks.
Chlöe Swarbrick, a Green Party MP, had been giving a speech in New Zealand's Parliament in support of a bill to combat climate change when she was heckled by an older MP from another party.
Bill Maher ridiculed Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg for creating a "stupider" culture of people who no longer read, but defended the social media network's decision not to fact-check political advertisements.
If these near-monopolies are unwilling to protect the public from misinformation, they shouldn't have as much power to spread it.
"Every square inch of that is a lie and it's under your logo," screenwriter Aaron Sorkin said in an open letter to CEO Mark Zuckerberg. "That's not defending free speech, Mark."
While authorities warn the public of the dangers of drug-laced candy this Halloween, some people say drugs are too expensive to be handing out to children.
An online petition has garnered thousands of signatures to shut down an extreme haunted house in Summertown, Tennessee.
Air quality levels are expected to reach unhealthy levels throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, and residents have been warned to avoid exposure.
"It just shows you that only is Facebook not enforcing any kind of truth in advertising, there's no tools for people to get it to the fact-checkers—that I can see—and people believe it," the man behind the fake 90-second ad told Newsweek.
Nearly 7,000 acres have been burned by a wildfire in Sonoma County, with mandatory evacuation orders and power shutdowns in place throughout the area.
House Democrats passed an act that would require transparency on social media political ads. The White House did not want them to.
The 35-year-old tech mogul said his stance was two-fold: It's important to give people a voice and the revenue from political ads was too small to justify the controversy surrounding the matter.
Mido Mourad said he called police to the TJ Maxx store in Brooklyn, New York City, after a white woman allegedly harassed his family and assaulted him.
"Everyone was really excited. All the kids were asking her questions. She had a smile on the whole time," said Edgartown Public Library's Chris Look.
"I certainly worry about an erosion of truth," the Facebook co-founder and CEO admitted.
Shark was likely attacked during "very violent" attempt at mating.
Activists, activists' families, academics, doctors have all been the targets of Sisi's irrational wrath. It's becoming easier to count those Egyptians who are not in jail than those in it.
Officials used drones, helicopters, scent dogs and trail bikes in search of Deborah Pilgrim—but it was only due to her quick thinking that she was found.
Vicki Treaster, 36, is accused of stealing the structure near Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and trying to sell it on Facebook Marketplace.