Some reports allege that the moon will glow green due to the reflected light from the planet Uranus on April 20, the unofficial National Weed Day. Read about the fact-checked hoax that might be touted as a natural phenomenon.
A parent complained and Great Hearts Monte Vista North campus, a San Antonio charter school, apologized and put a history teacher on leave after a written assignment went viral for asking students to list both the pros and the cons of slavery
Minnesota police say that 21-year-old William Hillman killed Denise McFadzen, 42, and Dalton McFadzen, 21 — a mother and son who let him live in their house — with a pipe wrench for being "weird" in their Perham home. Hillman was accused of attacking his mother in 2016.
A fire at a Lake Ozark, Mo., home killed four brothers who were home alone early Thursday morning. Their panicked mother and her boyfriend arrived and were restrained by firefighters from entering the blaze.
Atlanta-based rapper Ralo, or Terrell Davis, flew into the Atlanta airport with about 440 pounds of marijuana, police say. A few months ago he posted on Instagram about police surveillance and said would never travel with drugs.
Researchers in Austria, Thailand and Brunei identified roughly 15 separate species of exploding ants in SE Asia. They sacrifice themselves by exploding their guts, releasing a toxic poisonous liquid when a predator threatens their ant hill.
A study published in the Journal of Business Psychology found that "very unattractive" people always make more money than their "unattractive" coworkers — and often make more money than "average" and "attractive" coworkers, too.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has signed a bill prohibiting oil and natural gas drilling in state waters, as well as preventing infrastructure like pipelines that could support drilling in more distant federal waters.
The Democratic National Committee has sued President Donald Trump's campaign, his son, his son-in-law, the Russian Federation and WikiLeaks, saying they conspired to help Trump win the 2016 presidential election.
What are you sharing publicly on Facebook? Who has access to your data on the platform? Can you ask developers to delete the data they’re storing on you? Users are asking themselves these questions in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica data breac