"Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido" is available for Nintendo Switch and 3DS. Here's everything you need to know to get started.
Veterans who landed on Normandy beaches in June 1944 make a poignant return to D-Day Landings sites.
There are seven new Transform Races to tackle in "GTA Online".
"My dad was deported three times for trying to come back to his family," Eastlake High School graduate Leslie Silva said.
Russia is the world's biggest energy exporter, but for the past four years, sagging oil prices have severely hurt its economy. Trump's actions could reverse that.
An official newspaper blamed U.S. "hack media on the payroll of power" for insinuating that North Korea was pursuing talks to get an economic handout.
Moscow is studying the remains of Tomahawk rockets to exploit their weaknesses.
Stacey Abrams won her primary in Georgia Tuesday night, bringing her that much closer to becoming the country's first black female governor.
The BepiColombo spacecraft will be frozen, toasted and exposed to intense radiation on its way to the planet.
Boston Dynamics, an offshoot of MIT, said it wants to build machines that "break boundaries and work in the real world."
"Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze" gets the second life it deserves on Nintendo Switch.
In a win for women running for office, the Federal Election Commission ruled on Thursday that first-time candidate Liuba Grechen Shirley can use campaign funds for child care.
Regal jumping spiders can jump six times their own body length.
The incident involved "high-speed low passes at the agents in the observation post," an FBI chief revealed this week.
Daniel Ellsberg says nuclear war with North Korea would wipe out South Korea and Possibly L.A. or San Francisco.
The U.S. government has reportedly paid out more than $60 million in settlements between 2005 and 2017 over deaths, injuries and wrongful detentions involving border patrol agents.
If the Arctic permafrost melts, greenhouse gasses equivalent to burning all of the world's forests two-and-a-half times over could be released.
Humans killed off the last of the thylacines. Could science bring them back?
For human drivers, vision is king. But what drivers see depends on how they move the car: Braking, accelerating and steering change the car's position and thereby the driver's view.
"Today's verdict demonstrates the persistent obstacles to accountability in Border Patrol," the Kino Border Initiative said.