Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk and communications director Candace Owens were mired in millennial mayhem as they claimed an "Antifa" protest broke up their otherwise "peaceful" breakfast in Philadelphia on Monday morning.
Upstream Turkey controls the flow of the Euphrates and Tigris Rivers, and a new report details why it's creating tensions with Iraq and Syria.
Is the briny sludge teeming with tiny organisms?
If it's anything like the lake beneath the ice of Antarctica, it might just harbor life.
A hydrovolcanic explosion could have caused the explosion that hit a tour boat in Hawaii.
Authorities have marked out 24 such areas in an effort to save lives.
Anyone infected with the amoeba has a 97 percent chance of dying from it.
Russia's emergency services accidentally drenched police outside Moscow, while practicing to fight fires ahead of the opening of the World Cup.
"We see a distinctive pattern of the wet land areas of the world getting wetter...and the dry areas in between getting dryer."
Several trials are still ongoing over regulator involvement in Flint water crisis.
Astronauts on the International Space Station do not even have sinks because of the way water behaves in microgravity.
The new experiment relied on a cannon that can shoot marbles at speeds of more than 11,000 miles per hour.
Parties typically start in the mid-morning on Monday and go on until after sunrise on Tuesday.
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."
Cape Town is counting down the days until Day Zero, which is expected in July.
Lobbyists with the energy sector have pushed the EPA to scrap the Obama-era water rules for months.