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U.N. Security Council members were moved to tears Thursday as the first eyewitness to the latest suspected chlorine attacks in Syria came forward.
The man who was trapped in an airborne jet's baggage compartment told a 911 operator: "Can you please tell somebody stop it? ... I can't breathe!"
Octopuses move with a simple elegance, but they have no rhythm, according to new research.
Sleep apnea may hasten memory declines, leading to earlier diagnoses of mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's, suggests a study out Thursday.
Winston was never charged, but the woman's attorney said she is determined that the former FSU star be held accountable for his alleged actions.
During an hours-long national call-in program, Russian President Vladimir Putin said his country would create its own space station by 2023
A new Kansas law tells poor families that they can't use cash assistance to attend concerts, go swimming, get tattoos, see a psychic or buy lingerie.
Police were searching for a gunman after several shootings in the Palms area of Los Angeles killed one person and injured three other people.
E-cigarette use among middle and high school students tripled in 2014 while cigarette use fell to record lows, health officials reported Thursday.
This week wasn't the first time a gyrocopter (a.k.a. an autogiro) made a stopover in Washington, D.C.
The most massive galaxies from about 10 billion years ago have stopped forming stars in their centers while formation continued on the outskirts.
Jason Warnock ran up a highway and over a pedestrian bridge to reach a driver who crashed his SUV and was dangling on the edge of a cliff in Idaho.
How did a brazen pilot got so close to the U.S. Capitol? He heads to court Thursday. NBC national correspondent Peter Alexander reports.
Warnock, 29, of Lewiston, Idaho, pulled the driver to safety after his SUV stopped short of a 30-foot drop, police said.
The bill to make the Bible the state's "official" book was sent back to committee, killing it for this year's legislative session.
The Death Row Records co-founder was hospitalized Thursday after a Los Angeles judge said he must stand trial in a fatal hit-and-run in January.