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Businessmen in some areas say extortion increased five-fold before the long-awaited military offensive began.
"[The storm] came in fast loud," Virginia Beach resident Reese Goldstein told NBC station WAVY. "All the sudden the glass shattered on the door."
Biohacking is a niche community at the literal bleeding edge of body modification, where man and machine become one.
Kevin A. Sabet, from Smart Approaches to Marijuana, and Allen St. Pierre, from NORML, debate the health effects of widespread marijuana use.
William Buchman, 53, was sentenced to 100 hours of community service. He also can't have a pet for five years and is paying $17,000 in restitution.
Five family members are among those who died in a Lowell, Massachusetts, apartment building fire Thursday morning that killed seven people.
In 2010, LeBron James left Cleveland in favor of Miami. PBT’s Kurt Helin breaks down LeBron’s options as his final decision looms.
Employees and customers at Quick 6 Liquors in Weymouth, Massachusetts, got a surprise when an unexpected guest came barging in.
The actor says in op-ed that the wording in the Daily Mail's mea culpa shows the tabloid can’t be trusted.
LeBron has plans to fly to Brazil for the World Cup final on Sunday and the Heat and Cavs reportedly expect his decision before he leaves.
The Dodgers pitcher's streak was the longest since the Mets’ R.A. Dickey went 44 2/3 innings in a row in 2012 and the third longest since 1990.
Ukrainian government soldiers sit on an armored vehicle as they take up a position in a sunflower field around 12 miles south of Donetsk on Wednesday.
A Spokane, Washington, man who said he lost his job after he was seen buying legal pot was reinstated, and the company said it was a misunderstanding.
Enough 80 million-year-old dinosaur skeletons to stock a museum were turned over to the Mongolian government from the U.S. on Thursday.
There are more Vietnamese refugees in the world than there are people living in Greenbay, Wisconsin. How do other groups compare to U.S. cities?
Kerry will press for a thorough review "of all reasonable allegations of fraud," which would entail doing significant additional audits.
Pot enthusiasts outside Spokane Washington's first legal marijuana store say the high from being the first people to buy legally is just as good as the one from the drug itself. KHQ's Dylan Wohlenhaus reports.
Shelly Sterling declared that despite being estranged in many ways she loves her husband of 58 years and still acts as his principal caretaker.
Multiple outlets are reporting he’s shifted into uncertain territory and unable to get the Bulls out of his head.
An ancient ancestor to spiders was able to creep again, sort of, in a new video that recreates the walk of the 410-million-year-old beast.