The region called "The Third Pole" because it has so much ice is melting at twice the rate it was before the year 2000, a recent study revealed. WASHINGTON — Cold War era spy satellite images are showing
The reopening of Kūhiō Highway could be a game-changer as the state looks to limit tourists and better manage the island's natural treasures. HĀʻENA, Hawaii — To reach the northeastern corner of the island
Officer Tara O'Sullivan, 26, was fatally shot while responding to a call to assist during a domestic disturbance. A Sacramento officer was killed when a gunman opened fire as police attempted to help woman
Extreme weather is affecting summer and winter sports alike — mostly for the worse. For the past two decades, Mark Sponsler has been tracking the world's waves and, indirectly, the world’s changing climate.
Iran’s national security council said the country’s airspace is its red line, and there would have been a firm response regardless of who trespassed. FUJAIRAH, United Arab Emirates — A U.S. drone was down
Dame Products alleges the New York City MTA discriminated against their ads while allowing phallic art promoting impotency medication. A sex toy company filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against New York
The complaint, filed by a woman who went to work for anti-Scientology campaigner Leah Remini, is the first of many, her attorneys say. LOS ANGELES — A former Scientologist has filed the first of what attorneys
More than 100 cops in St. Louis and Philadelphia under investigation for offensive social media posts
22 officers in St. Louis and 72 in Philadelphia are either on an "exclusion list" or on administrative duty in a probe of racist, anti-Muslim and other offensive posts. More than 100 police officers in
Matthew Kacsmaryk is the latest in a series of judicial nominations to elicit alarm from LGBTQ and civil rights advocates. The Senate voted Wednesday to confirm Matthew Kacsmaryk to the position of U.S.
In our series giving the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates a chance to tell voters about issues that make them stand out from the pack, Amy Klobuchar tells Harry Smith about her “big idea” to improve
Becca Bundy always wanted to give back to volunteer firefighter Bill Cox, who once saved her daughter’s life. She did just that thanks to a chance encounter at a Northern Minnesota bar, when she learned
Investigators say one semi plowed through a construction median, causing vehicles and another truck traveling in the opposite direction to crash. One tractor trailer was left dangling off an overpass several
Pam Hupp faces life in prison after admitting Wednesday that prosecutors have enough evidence to convict her of the August 2016 murder of Louis Gumpenberger. In a St. Charles, Missouri court room, Hupp
Robocalls are more than just an annoyance for America’s hospitals. Healthcare workers across the country are flooded with fake calls and they say it’s hindering their ability to take care of patients need.
A train carrying hand grenades, small arms and sodium nitrate partially derailed near Elko, Nevada. Officials say the weapons were not in the cars that overturned and, while a decontamination process underway,