Investigators of a fatal accident on a Southwest Airlines plane last year recommend that Boeing retrofit the engines of nearly 7,000 jets to prevent a repeat of the accident.
A California brush fire that burned in the hills near Simi Valley last month caused $500,000 in damage to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, a spokeswoman said Tuesday.
Kraft Heinz Food Company has issued a voluntary recall of three varieties of their Breakstone's Cottage Cheese products due to potential contamination of metal and plastic pieces.
Emilia Clarke's role as the Khaleesi on "Game of Thrones" began with many nude scenes for the actress. But, after Season 1 of the hit HBO series, she started calling the shots on how much of her body she wanted to show.
"Dancing With the Stars" delivered major heartbreak on Monday's semifinals, with James Van Der Beek tearfully announcing that his wife, Kimberly, who was pregnant with their sixth child, had miscarried over the weekend.
The state of Michigan will mail 250,000 applications encouraging voters to apply to serve on a new commission responsible for drawing congressional and legislative maps.
After suffering damage from Hurricane Matthew and Florence, Mark Hall Jr. of Rowland said he plans to use a $200,000 lottery prize to rebuild his home and his dream of going to school, according to the North Carolina Education Lottery.
Two Bureau of Prisons guards were charged by a federal grand jury Tuesday with conspiracy and filing false records in connection with their actions the night Jeffrey Epstein died in prison, according to an indictment.
An online medical marijuana publication wants to pay someone up to $3,000 a month to review a wide variety of cannabis products.
A man is suing Burger King, claiming the meatless Impossible Whopper is cooked on the same grill as meat products.
A suburban Detroit mayor says it was "despicable" and "underhanded" for a city council to grant lifetime health insurance to some elected officials.
Two top national security aides who listened to President Donald Trump’s July call with Ukraine’s president are testifying Tuesday at House impeachment hearings as the inquiry reaches deeper into the White House.
A Southern California woman who was wounded in the 2017 Las Vegas mass shooting has died, the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Coroner Department said.
Genetically-modified babies are "highly desirable" to help protect people from disease and could be created ethically within two years, according to a new scientific paper.
So far, nine people have thrown their hat in the ring to fill the vacant state House of Representatives seat left by Sheldon Neeley.
Thousands of cases of Breakstone’s cottage cheese are being recalled due to the possibility of plastic and metal being found in it.
A Pennsylvania man admitted to taking his girlfriend from Pennsylvania to Nevada under the guise of a vacation and then killing her.
An 18-year-old Kentucky high schooler has pleaded not guilty to second-degree assault and criminal mischief in an assault on a classmate who reportedly has autism.
Authorities discovered a camel, a cow and a donkey roaming together along a Kansas road in a grouping reminiscent of a Midwestern Christmas Nativity scene.
South Dakota launched a new campaign Monday to battle the meth crisis that Gov. Kristi Noem says is "growing at an alarming rate."
Video doorbell cameras are rising in popularity and whether it's used to track lost pets or catch criminals in the act, homeowners are now more aware of what's happening right outside their door.
For the first time, scientists have discovered the presence of water vapor above the surface on Europa, Jupiter's icy moon first visited by one of the Voyager probes 40 years ago.
Before NASA's Cassini mission ended its study of Saturn in 2017, it also flew by Saturn's moon, Titan. The data provided by the Hyugens probe, which was part of the mission, suggested that Titan was the perfect candidate for further exploration.
Your driver's license is your identity.
But for the transgender community, often what it says on that little card conflicts with how they identify
PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) — A woman has been sentenced to 15 days in federal custody for throwing a sports drink at a Florida congressman who frequently appears on television supporting President Donald Trump.
An independent expert working with the U.N. human rights office estimates that over 100,000 children are being held in migration-related detention in the United States.
A senior State Department official who appeared to have extravagantly padded her resume and to have touted a fake TIME ,agazine cover to bolster her standing has resigned, according to a letter obtained by CNN.
University of Michigan-Flint’s Entrepreneurs Society receives Global Chapter of the Year at 2019 Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO) Conference.
It started out as a project for National Science Week at his children's British primary school -- a way malaria researcher Jake Baum could teach the kids the difference between a herbal remedy and true medicine.
A former Marine who was imprisoned by Iran on suspicion of spying is seeking payment from a fund intended for victims of state-sponsored terrorism.
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO/Meredith) -- Nobody knows the importance of staying warm in the winter quite like Minnesotans do, and one Minnesota woman wants to make sure everyone’s head and ears are protected from the cold.
An employee who worked at a California Apple Store is without a job Monday after a customer reported he texted himself an intimate photo from her phone.
Science has identified in the plant kingdom the "missing link" of cellular immortality between human and single-celled animals, according to a new study led by scientists from Arizona State University and Texas A&M University.