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The FBI said all six people are natives of Bosnia, but immigrated to the United States. The charges include conspiring to support terrorists.
Astronomers say they've found the signature of a dwarf satellite galaxy dominated by dark matter — a "Galaxy X" that they've been hunting for years.
Warning bells were not required and were not in place before the crash in Valhalla, New York, that killed the SUV driver and 5 on the train.
Animal lovers are getting creative about how to find adorable shelter dogs permanent homes and families.
U.S. officials are investigating a claim by ISIS that Kayla Mueller, an American aid worker the group has been holding, was killed in an airstrike.
Debra Pyka, who is suing Pop Warner football on claims youth head injuries led to her adult son's suicide, says she hopes to educate parents.
MIT's Personal Robots Group has created a tiny mechanized zipper that zips itself.
NBC News is reviewing anchor Brian Williams' 2003 reporting trip to Iraq, details of which he has acknowledged he'd recalled incorrectly.
Measles is a highly contagious respiratory disease, but you can avoid getting it with the MMR vaccine.
When it comes to the issue of vaccinations, there appears to be a level of unanimous agreement.
The animals were found dead in a clutch deposited in a terrarium at the Cologne Zoo in Germany.
More than a year after a Sea Dragon chopper went down off the Virginia coast, Navy officials are concerned not enough has been done to fix problems.
Canada's highest court struck down a ban on doctor-assisted suicide for mentally competent patients with terminal illnesses.
The climate-driven rise and fall of sea level matches up with seafloor ridges, suggesting a link between ice ages and underwater volcanic eruptions.
A new study mapped the fungi, bacteria, and viruses found on New York's mostly underground rail system, revealing the crowded, mostly harmless, microbiome.
As the 2016 presidential contest continues to take shape, Hillary Clinton appears to be in an extraordinary position.
The fallout from the massive data breach announced by insurer Anthem Inc. earlier this week just got larger.
ISIS claimed that an American female hostage was killed in an airstrike in Syria. The Pentagon was not immediately available for comment.
Given the well-documented history of harmful government sponsored medical programs impacting African Americans, where are they in the anti-vax debate?