If convicted, Stone could face a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.
Kushila Stein was found floating in the Aegean Sea 55 nautical miles north of Heraklion in Crete.
Three mothers and several children, including a baby, have been shot and killed by members of a Chihuahua cartel, say the women's family members.
And yes, the post office should be operating as business as usual.
Mercury transits take place only around 13 times a century.
Christmas is coming early for some Americans with Starbucks' seasonal drinks launching soon.
The 80-year-old man had been taking part in a classic car rally when the 1903 Knox Runabout Old Porcupine he was in hit a truck along the M23 in Surrey, U.K.
The recall affects products sold under the brand names Del Monte, HEB, Hungryroot, Kroger Organic, Mann's, Marketside, O Organics, Signature Farms, Sysco and Trader Joe's.
Newsweek spoke to several chemical weapons experts on why the devastating substance continues to be used without international accountability.
Stephone Johnson, 27, was detained by officers from the St. Petersburg Police Department and charged with misdemeanor domestic battery.
The recall affects the brand's 5-pound bag of unbleached all-purpose flour, which sampling revealed could be contaminated with Escherichia coli O26.
"The smuggling of drugs into the state prison is an ongoing battle," Sheriff W.E. Bozeman of Georgia's Mitchell County said in a press release.
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.
Maria Butina talks to 60 Minutes and tells all about the claim she tried to inject Russian influence into NRA policy.
Doctors have become slaves to their computer screens for billing purposes, diminishing patient care, increasing doctor dissatisfaction, and increasing health care costs—and this needs to change.
Activists approached Alaska representative Don Young to ask him about foreign interference in our elections. He responded with a swift headbutt to their camera.
Congressman Eric Swalwell also mentioned bone spurs because Donald Trump received that diagnosis during the Vietnam War draft and was medically exempt from serving.
Local websites have listed the names of educational faculties that will remain shut today in light of the power shortages affecting Vermont, Maine, Connecticut and Rhode Island this week.
A table of outages by Eversource Energy said 82,536 of its Connecticut customers were affected by outages at around 7 a.m. ET today.
The child's injuries were described by police officers as "serious but not life threatening." The investigation continues.
"Wouldn't it be cool to have vampire eyes for Halloween? Or deep violet eyes to match your purple sweater? How about your favorite sports team's logo on your eyes just for fun?" the FDA warning begins.
"See" is Apple TV+'s first post-apocalyptic drama, starring Jason Momoa as a tribe leader in a world of blind people. Here's what you need to know about its release date, cast, trailer and plot.
The attack took place along the 33-mile long Chilkoot Trail, which crosses through the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park into Canada.
A Mississippi man convicted of murdering his infant daughter had his conviction reversed Tuesday after his lawyer argued that shaken baby syndrome is not a valid medical condition.
Authorities responded to a shooting at an address in the 2700 block of 7th Street near Temple Avenue on the eastside of Long Beach at 10:44 p.m., where three men were declared dead at the scene.
"It's unfortunate when we lose a treasure such as the Wizard Rock," a forest ranger said in a statement.
Richard Painter, a chief ethics lawyer under former President George W. Bush, labelled intentions of George Papadopoulos to become a congressman "ridiculous."
"We aren't taking action on simply the emoji," a Facebook company spokesperson tells "Newsweek" amid reports that sexually-suggestive emoji were being outlawed on its platforms.
A registered sex offender was arrested on school grounds in North Carolina while picking up his own children from school.
A new Welsh study says that 76 percent of girls who self-harm will end up hospitalized, compared to only 49 percent of boys. But the ultimate goal is early intervention, say doctors.