Students at a Montana elementary school were evacuated on Tuesday when a homemade bomb detonated on their playground. No children were injured in the explosion, officials said.
A Canadian pilot was unharmed Sunday afternoon after crashing his plane before a performance at the Atlanta Air Show at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
A skull and other bone fragments that were found on a remote Pacific island may, in fact, belong to the famous female aviator Amelia Earhart.
The man who confessed to police that he had a dead body in his vehicle and had killed three other people at his home was identified by police as Shankar Hangud, a 53-year-old from Roseville, California.
A human hasn't landed on the moon since 1972, but NASA's Artemis program aims to land the first woman and the next man on the lunar surface by 2024. Part of that process involves upgrading the classic spacesuits worn by Apollo-era astronauts in the 1960s and 70s.
Chloe Newman lost her right leg when she was a baby, so when Mattel introduced the Barbie Fashionista #121 -- a stylish doll with a prosthetic leg -- she wanted to give them to kids just like her.
Actress Felicity Huffman reported to federal prison in Dublin, California, on Tuesday to begin serving a two-week sentence for her role in the college admissions scam, a representative said.
OPINION Sonny Perdue, U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary, visited Oct. 1 the World Dairy Expo in Wisconsin to see the best of our dairy industry. During his visit he participated in a town-hall discussion with dairy farmers, agriculture advocates and members of the media. He heard that farms of all sizes matter in Wisconsin. When asked about the survival of small farms during a press briefing following the discussion, he surprised many by saying, “In America, the big get bigger and the small go out.”
Puerto Rico Gov. Wanda Vázquez Garced has called an urgent meeting after six people were killed in a mass shooting at a San Juan apartment complex.
About 3,300 years ago, a terrible battle raged in Germany's Tollense Valley. The Bronze Age site has been excavated since its discovery in 2008 and every bone and artifact adds to the tragic narrative of what unfolded on the battlefield.
The Henry County Police Department, along with the Henry County Sheriff’s Office, Henry County Fire Department and Henry County E-911 Departments are hosting the annual Henry’s Night Out event on Oct. 24.
Chipotle will pay for its employees to get business or technology degrees at certain colleges, the company said Tuesday. The new program, which kicks off on November 15, is the restaurant chain's latest effort to attract and retain talent in a highly competitive labor market.
Investigators now know where the mammoth Saddle Ridge fire started. They just don't know how.
Consumers are still spending, according to JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon. But Dimon added that the US trade war with China is weighing on corporate sentiment.
Was your Yahoo account among the 3 billion struck by multiple data breaches between 2013 and 2016? You might be eligible for a $358 payout or two years of free credit monitoring.
Next year's recovery in the global economy will be slightly weaker than expected, and US growth will continue to slow, the International Monetary Fund said Tuesday.
I have a history with gas. I mean the kind you put into your car’s tank. In my youth, I was a gas pump jockey before I became a radio disc jockey or a TV news jockey.
The CNN/New York Times presidential debate tonight in Ohio will be the most pivotal moment yet in the Democratic race. The clash among 12 candidates will highlight growing vulnerabilities among front-runners and offer outsiders one of a dwindling number of chances to break through.
The death toll from Typhoon Hagibis has risen to 72 in Japan, as thousands of residents remain without power or water and evening temperatures hover around 15 degrees Celsius (59 Fahrenheit), according to public broadcaster NHK.
Three employees at a North Carolina assisted living facility are accused of allowing elderly residents to fight one another, encouraging them to fight, and, in one case, assaulting a resident.
NASA's chief scientist has said that the world's not ready if life is discovered on Mars. This ex-NASA scientist claims they found it more than 40 years ago.
Residents on fixed cellphone contracts in India-controlled Kashmir were surprised to discover they had been billed for the two-month, government-imposed communications blackout when it partially ended earlier this week.
She was one of only a few celebrities to be publicly pro-choice when South Korea legalized abortion this year, was open about her own mental health struggles and insisted women shouldn't have to wear bras if they found them uncomfortable.
Vietnam's largest cinema chain has pulled a new Dreamworks animated movie from theaters because it features a map asserting Chinese ownership over the South China Sea.
Think about it: For two whole years, we had managed to peacefully carry on with our daily activities without angry-tweeting at strangers about the color of a pair of shoes.
Fort Worth's police chief is apologizing for the shooting death of a black woman in her home by a white police officer, as her family's attorney says the officer's arrest is just one step on a long road toward justice.
FOND Du LAC, Wis. – Kelley Country Creamery has shown that a farm can use the beauty of a sunflower field to help others. The ice cream parlor – supported by the farm’s dairy – uses full-bloom sunflowers to help a noble cause – northeast Wisconsin’s Old Glory Honor Flights.
Recovery in the dairy market will be among topics addressed at the Central Plains Dairy Women’s Conference. Sarina Sharp, a dairy-market analyst and risk manager for Ag Business Solutions of Grand Rapids, Michigan, will discuss her outlooks for feed, milk and livestock prices. The conference will feature several other presentations.
Firefighters and farmers are working nationwide to improve agricultural safety and health. The Rural Firefighters Delivering Agricultural Safety and Health project trains emergency responders to provide resources to farmers in their service areas.
Before a Fort Worth police officer killed a woman in her home on Saturday, the department was already under scrutiny.