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Supporters say the program would make Hawaii safer. Critics warn of government infringement.
Two mysterious stone rings found deep inside a French cave were probably built by Neanderthals about 176,500 years ago, proving that the ancient cousi
Texas and 10 other states are suing the Obama administration over a new directive about transgender students' bathroom access in public schools.
LaBeouf is hitching throughout Colorado — and wherever else drivers take him — as part of a project to connect with people.
"Most of the time, children know where they are, even if parents think they don't."
It turns out Steve Rogers, a.k.a. Captain America, supports the evil, former Nazi organization, Hydra.
Most soldiers who attempt suicide haven't even been deployed yet, a new study finds.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is distracted by some shirtless members of the crowd in Buena Park, California.
The Facebook founder and billionaire has bought up four neighboring homes, at the cost of $30 million, just so that he can demolish them.
A trainee who died two weeks ago was the fifth in four months to lose consciousness during a pool exercise, according to data obtained by NBC News.
Indiana police are hunting for a thief who stole a four-year-old's hearing device, just hours after the deaf boy received it.
A beer recipe roughly 5,000 years old has been uncovered in China.
A Burlington, Vermont home is on the verge of falling into the Winooski River after an unexpected landslide ripped away its yard. WPTZ's Keele Smith reports.
The terror group's new number two and number three have Taliban pedigrees -- and one is known for his strikes on Western targets.
Steven Williams, 30, was being held Wednesday at the Martin County Jail in Florida without bond in connection to ex-wife Tricia Todd's disappearance.
She should have surrendered all emails dealing with State Department issues, the audit found.
More than 1,000 Indian Runner ducks patrol 57-hectares of a South African winery in search of ravenous snails.
President Obama said on Wednesday the U.S. will cooperate with Japan's investigation into a Japanese woman's murder. A retired Marine was arrested.
Two more journalists were reported missing Tuesday in a region where Colombian security forces were already carrying out an extensive search.
The typical chief executive in the Standard& Poor's 500 index made $10.8 million, including bonuses, stock awards and other compensation.