Science News The U.S. Air Force's unmanned X-37B space plane has now circled Earth for more than 400 days on a hush-hush mission that is creeping closer and closer to the vehicle's orbital longevity record.
Georgia state troopers finished towing vehicles off Atlanta-area interstates early Friday morning, and three days after ice-covered roads forced thousands of drivers to abandon their cars, traffic is flowing
Russian men who down large amounts of vodka have an "extraordinarily" high risk of an early death, a new study says. Researchers tracked about 151,000 adult men in the Russian cities of Barnaul, Byisk
The White House will respond to the petition calling for the deportation of Canadian teen pop star Justin Bieber, press secretary Jay Carney said Friday. The White House is obligated to respond to whitehouse.gov
We're warning you now: This new video of Felix Baumgartner's record-setting leap from the edge of space just might make you feel a bit queasy. The supersonic skydiver made history in October 2012 when
Two men who allegedly stole 16 luxury watches in a brazen midday “smash and grab” heist of a Cartier jewelry store in New York City were arrested on Friday and charged with robbery. Police said the duo
Former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez used "coded messages" to communicate about his murder case in jailhouse phone calls, Massachusetts prosecutors said in a request for access to recordings of calls.
Cells taken from the donated eyes of dead people may be able to give sight to the blind, researchers suggest. Tests in rats, reported in Stem Cells Translational Medicine, showed the human cells could
An 81-year-old Florida woman arrested last year for allegedly feeding bears was again arrested this week on suspicion of violating her probation by illegally feeding wildlife and threatening to kill a
Herbert Smulls was pronounced dead four minutes before the justices in Washington denied his final stay. Did Missouri officials breach their ethical duties by permitting this to happen? It is 2014, not
Hundreds protest in New Delhi after student who was beaten because of his ethnic appearance dies from his injuries. The beating and subsequent death in New Delhi of a university student from northeast
Spokesman says official letter from Humanitarian Aid Commission ordered agency to halt its activities. Sudanese authorities have ordered the Red Cross to suspend its activities, the organisation said,
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The federal airline security agency Friday sort of denied a scathing exposé of passenger screening procedures by a former security agent who said colleagues laughed at passengers' nude X-ray images, ogled
Health news Federal health officials confirmed on Friday that norovirus was the culprit that sickened nearly 700 people on a cruise ship this week, and said it was one of the biggest norovirus outbreaks
Shocking footage of the violent groups that target gay men and lesbian women in Russia will reveal the dangerous levels of homophobia in the country in the runup to the Sochi Winter Olympics this week.
FREDERICK, Md. — Roscoe Bartlett was rattling off the prices of giant bags of rice, wheat and corn, sold cheaply at Sam's Club. The former congressman from rural, western Maryland expressed bewilderment
A diver has died working on the Costa Concordia shipwreck, apparently gashing his leg on an underwater metal sheet while preparing the vessel for removal. The diver – believed to be Spanish – had been
A Ukrainian protest leader who says he was abducted and tortured has left the country for medical treatment. Dmytro Bulatov has travelled to Lithuania, which has promised to treat any protesters injured
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) criticized President Barack Obama Sunday for issuing executive orders on major issues like health care rather than going through Congress, arguing that it was leading to an "increasingly
Lawmakers are investigating an incident from last September, at the height of Christie's re-election campaign, in which aides to Christie ordered access lanes from the town of Fort Lee to the busyGeorge
President Barack Obama hit back in a combative Super Bowl Sunday interview with Fox News' Bill O'Reilly, defending his administration's record on everything from health care to Benghazi. Most pointedly,