Alligator season is in full swing in Florida, as the mother of a young boy discovered.
The students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas have to carry transparent backpacks now, but do they help prevent violence?
Authorities only learned of the threat through a teacher's husband.
One remarkable young kid saw the 13-foot croc and said he'd seen crocodiles "plenty of times" and added it was "all a bit old hat."
'This would be like naming the Oconee National Forest's campground the Hillary Clinton or Michelle Obama campground.'
President Trump is putting coal miners back to work, but experts say he's doing it at the expense of their health and safety.
"But he knew and I knew that it was a moral issue," she told THR. "He had to continue, even when that meant putting a lot on the line."
More than a third of cleaning and baggage workers at U.S. airports live in or near poverty.
The Japanese government mandates a limit of 40 years for nuclear reactors; the Tokai No. 2 has been running since 1978. Today marked the fourth time Japan Atomic Power Co. filed an application with the Nuclear Regulation Authority for an extension.
Safety experts warn that streaming devices could set fire to your house.
A handful of smartwatches designed to keep children safe have vulnerabilities hackers can exploit, a watchdog in Norway has found.
If ISIS was behind Friday's bombing of the London metro, it would be the group's fourth attack in the U.K. this year.
Without some safety precautions, eclipse-viewing can be harmful to the eyes. Thankfully, there are ways to protect yourself.
A study from Appthority found that enterprise apps are leaving huge amounts of user data exposed and accessible on unprotected servers, an issue known as HospitalGown.
A recent survey found that a majority of medical device manufacturers believe their devices will be the target of a cyberattack within the next year.