Trump removes protections for Yellowstone bears
Trump removes protections for Yellowstone bears
Lila Alexander - 22 hours ago
The Trump administration is lifting Endangered Species protections for grizzly bears in and around Yellowstone, the Interior Department's Fish and Wildlife Service announced Thursday.
Canadian man arrested in Michigan airport slashing, officials say Canadian man arrested in Michigan airport slashing, officials say
James Smith - 23 hours ago
A 49-year-old Canadian man, identified as Amor M. Ftouhi, has been arrested for the June 21 stabbing of a uniformed police officer in a Bishop, Michigan airport.
Father-and-son hikers found dead in Carlsbad National Park Father-and-son hikers found dead in Carlsbad National Park
Chad Young - 23 hours ago
While the Eddy County Medical Examiner is still investigating the deaths, Public Information Officer Carl Christiansen said the Plutas likely perished from heat exhaustion.
Extra virgin olive oil may protect brain from Alzheimer's disease Extra virgin olive oil may protect brain from Alzheimer's disease
James Carlin - 23 hours ago
A new study based on experiments with mice suggests that extra virgin olive oil may protect the brain from symptoms of Alzheimer's disease.
Suspend Jared Kushner's security clearance, say House Democrats Suspend Jared Kushner's security clearance, say House Democrats
Jeremy Morrow - 23 hours ago
Cummings also made a demand for all documents related to Kushner's contacts with Russian government or business officials.
Trump's approval rating drops due to Russia investigations Trump's approval rating drops due to Russia investigations
Ian Marsh - Jun 23, 2017
According to the CBS poll, 63 percent of Americans view negatively the way Trump has responded to investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Dashcam video in Philando Castile shooting released Dashcam video in Philando Castile shooting released
James Carlin - Jun 23, 2017
Minnesota authorities have released dramatic and disturbing dashcam video of the Philando Castile shooting by police officer Jeronimo Yanez.
GOP data firm exposed voters' personal information on Internet GOP data firm exposed voters' personal information on Internet
Jose Jefferies - Jun 23, 2017
Deep Root mined 'deep' information about the way individual Americans would likely vote by collecting information about their perceived political preferences from social media.
Sean Spicer has not asked Trump about Russia meddling in 2016 election Sean Spicer has not asked Trump about Russia meddling in 2016 election
James Carlin - Jun 23, 2017
When the story of the alleged meddling by Russia broke, Trump and his transition team raised doubts about the reliability of the intelligence community.
Bush-era officials cannot be sued for 9/11 detention of Muslims Bush-era officials cannot be sued for 9/11 detention of Muslims
Jeremy Morrow - Jun 23, 2017
The plaintiffs claimed that Bush administration policies resulted in hundreds being rounded into the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, NY.
Data breach exposes info of 62% of U.S. population Data breach exposes info of 62% of U.S. population
Kara Menard - Jun 23, 2017
A marketing firm accidentally blew open the personal data of nearly 200 million Americans, or around 62% if the entire U.S. population.
New robot has unusually good grip New robot has unusually good grip
Lila Alexander - Jun 21, 2017
University of California researchers have developed a robot that can figure out on the spot how to pick up an unfamiliar object with no pre-programming required.
Iran launches missile attacks against ISIS in Syria Iran launches missile attacks against ISIS in Syria
Joyce Clark - Jun 21, 2017
Iranian state news agencies later circulated a video that appeared to show the missiles launching off their launch pads.
Cats first domesticated in ancient Egypt, Near East, genetic study shows Cats first domesticated in ancient Egypt, Near East, genetic study shows
David Sims - Jun 21, 2017
The domesticated cat originated in ancient Egypt and the Near East about 10,000 years ago, according to a new genetic analysis.
Otto Warmbier dies a week after release from North Korea Otto Warmbier dies a week after release from North Korea
James Smith - Jun 21, 2017
He was sentenced to 15 years in prison with hard labor and fell into a coma shortly after being sentenced in March 2016.
U.S. Supreme Court rules law barring offensive trademarks violates free speech U.S. Supreme Court rules law barring offensive trademarks violates free speech
Jose Jefferies - Jun 21, 2017
The Portland, Oregon-based band's leader, Simon Tam, said he picked the name to make fun of it and rob it of its negative impact.
North Korea accuses United States of North Korea accuses United States of "mugging" at a U.S. airport
Miriam Griffin - Jun 20, 2017
The North Korean officials said that the incident raises questions about whether New York really should be the seat of the United Nations.
House Democrats beat House Republicans in campaign fundraising House Democrats beat House Republicans in campaign fundraising
Mark Schwartz - Jun 20, 2017
Both parties' May fundraising beat the usual monthly averages. The DCCC's May revenues are its largest May fundraising total ever.
Sheriff David Clarke withdraws from consideration for DHS position Sheriff David Clarke withdraws from consideration for DHS position
Tracy Williams - Jun 20, 2017
Controversial Milwaukee, Wisconsin, county sheriff and self-described "Trumpster" David Clarke rescinded an offer for a senior position at the Department of Homeland Security.
Seven U.S. sailors missing after collision off Japanese coast Seven U.S. sailors missing after collision off Japanese coast
Vicky Webb - Jun 20, 2017
The destroyer, the U.S. S. Fitzgerald, suffered damage to its starboardórightóside above and below the water line after it crashed into the container ship, the ACX Crystal.
Johns Hopkins researchers slow cancer growth with drugs Johns Hopkins researchers slow cancer growth with drugs
Kristy Douglas - Jun 19, 2017
Approximately 90% of cancer deaths occur only after metastasis, according to Jayatilaka, who said that she and her colleagues first made a breakthrough when they discovered two proteins.
Trump will undo Obama's detente with Cuba Trump will undo Obama's detente with Cuba
Kristy Douglas - Jun 16, 2017
Tourist trips to Cuba have been illegal since the Kennedy administration and remained off-limits under Obama.