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The City of Oakland's 11th-hour stadium plan appears to be too little, too late for NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's liking.
Police in Cincinnati said one person was killed and 14 injured during an early morning shooting inside a popular nightclub.
Once a breakfast staple, this white, seed-packed variety of the fruit has all but disappeared. Yet there are hints of a small-scale revival.
Culture shock is fading, say the handlers of Bao Bao, the panda from the National Zoo in Washington, as she settles into the land of her ancestors.
The Platte River in Nebraska is an important layover for hundreds of thousands of the birds as they head toward their summer homes.
The live-action fairy tale "Beauty and the Beast" is the No. 1 movie in North America for a second weekend, earning $88.3 million in receipts.
Iraq's military claims explosives rigged by the Islamic State -- rather than airstrikes -- killed civilians at a home in Mosul earlier this month.
The Texas Rangers reached an agreement with second baseman Rougned Odor on a six-year, $49.5 million extension, according to multiple media reports Saturday.
Virginia police arrested a 31-year-old man dressed like The Joker from the 2008 The Dark Knight movie after he spooked several local residents.
The Bellagio Resort and Casino in Las Vegas was locked down briefly, as guests poured into the surrounding streets following reports of an armed robbery.
NEW YORK -- South Carolina coach Frank Martin paid homage to his Southeastern Conference rivals.
A team of scientists has described the most exceptionally preserved fossil bird discovered to date, in a newly published article. The new specimen from the rich Early Cretaceous Jehol Biota...
Understanding the river's origins will give scientists more information about a consequential body of water.
From an orangutan that broke free three times to a capybara duo that stole headlines, here are tales of some of the greatest animal escape artists.
Study is the latest in the long-running dispute over which lineage — sponges or comb jellies — is the ancestor to all animalsNature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2017.21703
Human cannibals likely took a big bite out of their fellow humans about 10,000 years ago, according to a study that examined prehistoric bones with scratch and bite marks on...
Ryan Gosling said he was "so relieved" nothing worse had happened when "Moonlight" was announced as the true Best Picture winner over "La La Land."
The remains of a pilot in a German World War II warplane unearthed in Denmark recently have been identified as a 19-year-old from Bavaria, officials said.
Fox's upcoming reboot of dating show "Love Connection" hosted by Andy Cohen is set to premiere in the summer the network has announced.
A zoological park in Florida boasts a "bilingual" pig that can understand commands in both English and Spanish.
Female roaches are quicker to give virgin birth, or birth without sex, when in the company of other females.
The Genetics Society of America (GSA) is pleased to announce that Richard C. Lewontin, PhD is the 2017 recipient of the Thomas Hunt Morgan Medal for lifetime achievement in the...
Researchers uncovered rock carvings from Egypt's Stone Age showing mysterious mask-wearing dancer
Rheinmetall and Rohde & Schwarz are to jointly pursue German Army communications contracts.
A statue carved in alabaster that possibly represents King Tut's grandmother ― Queen Tiye ― has been unearthed on the west bank of Luxor along the Nile River.
Military vehicles and troops from Britain, France, Germany and the Netherlands are deploying to Poland and the Baltic states to support NATO's forward presence.
A mature stag has learnt how to use its antlers to lift bird feeders off garden trees.
Anthropologists have been curious about the evolution of human intelligence for many decades. The main lines of research have involved archaeological finds concerning the use of fire, tools and so...