Carrie Underwood talks about face after terrifying accident Carrie Underwood talks about face after terrifying accident
Tyler MacDonald - Oct 03, 2018
Carrie Underwood opened up to the Today show's Hoda Kotb about her terrifying accident and recovery.
Meghan Markle's dad slams Queen Elizabeth shunning him Meghan Markle's dad slams Queen Elizabeth shunning him
Tyler MacDonald - Oct 01, 2018
Thomas Markle is lashing out at Britain's Queen Elizabeth II for shunning him and making plans to meet with Donald Trump before him.
Some seal species still hunt like land predators, study reports Some seal species still hunt like land predators, study reports
Joseph Scalise - Oct 01, 2018
Seals use their paws in the same way as land predators.
Marcus Smart not impressed by Jimmy Butler tough talk Marcus Smart not impressed by Jimmy Butler tough talk
Adam Widmer - Oct 01, 2018
Boston Celtics guard, Marcus Smart, was not impressed by post-game comments made Chicago Bulls guard, Jimmy Butler.
Human ancestors interbred with Denisovans, study reports Human ancestors interbred with Denisovans, study reports
Joseph Scalise - Oct 01, 2018
Ancient humans interbred with Denisovans on two separate occasions.
Rare flower spotted for just the second time Rare flower spotted for just the second time
Joseph Scalise - Sep 28, 2018
For just the second time in history, scientists have spotted a rare plant known as Thismia neptunis.
South Sudan rebels sign peace treaty South Sudan rebels sign peace treaty
Rick Docksai - Sep 24, 2018
South Sudan's rebel leader signed a peace deal with the country's president Thursday, while foreign observers said that they hope that this agreement is more successful than several ceasefires and peace deals that have come and gone down in flames before it.
Saudi Arabia will start allowing women to get driver's licenses Saudi Arabia will start allowing women to get driver's licenses
Rick Docksai - Sep 14, 2018
Saudi Arabia announced its first-ever issuance Monday of driver's licenses to women.
Blackhawks to make major changes after first round sweep Blackhawks to make major changes after first round sweep
Alex Bourque - Sep 10, 2018
Chicago Blackhawks head coach, Stan Bowman, promised that changes were going to be made to the organization.
Oil surplus vanishes amid Iran sanctions Oil surplus vanishes amid Iran sanctions
Rick Docksai - Sep 07, 2018
As world governments face the U.S.-imposed November deadline for ceasing all imports of Iranian oil, oil markets are using up whatever oil surpluses are on hand, according to traders, who foresee significant price hikes later this year.
Judge orders two-week stay on trophy bear hunting in Yellowstone Judge orders two-week stay on trophy bear hunting in Yellowstone
Rick Docksai - Sep 07, 2018
Saturday would have been the start of the first grizzly-bear hunting season in Yellowstone in four decades, but a Montana judge halted it for the next two weeks to review whether the hunt is appropriate.
Robotic fish could help study ocean life Robotic fish could help study ocean life
Joseph Scalise - Sep 01, 2018
A group of scientists have developed a life-like robotic fish that can expertly blend in with sea creatures.
U.S., South Korea may resume training for war with North Korea U.S., South Korea may resume training for war with North Korea
Rick Docksai - Aug 31, 2018
The U.S. and South Korean military forces may resume joint exercises next year, despite President Trump's suspension of exercises during the June summit with North Korea.
Trump administration refusing passports to Hispanic-Americans Trump administration refusing passports to Hispanic-Americans
Rick Docksai - Aug 31, 2018
Immigration officials are denying passports to hundreds, or even thousands, of U.S.-born Hispanic Americans and is accusing them of falsifying their birth certificates.
Immigration officials extend freeze on fast-tracked H-1B visas Immigration officials extend freeze on fast-tracked H-1B visas
Rick Docksai - Aug 31, 2018
Immigration officials said that, due to a massive backlog of H-1B visa applications, they will suspend expedited approval of any new applications until February of next year.
FIFA bans Palestinian FA head for spreading hate FIFA bans Palestinian FA head for spreading hate
Rick Sarlat - Aug 28, 2018
FIFA has banned Palestinian Football Association president Jibril Rajoub from all soccer activities for one year after he called on fans to burn jerseys and pictures of-Argentine star Lionel Messi.
Libya's capital erupts in armed violence Libya's capital erupts in armed violence
Rick Docksai - Aug 27, 2018
Armed clashes erupted in Libya's capital of Tripoli on Sunday, triggering a government-declared "state of emergency" and raising fears of a new round of more widespread violence within the country.
DOJ accuses two Iranian-Americans of spying for Tehran DOJ accuses two Iranian-Americans of spying for Tehran
Rick Docksai - Aug 27, 2018
The Justice Department has arrested two Irananian-Americans on charges of spying on Jewish organizations and anti-Tehran groups in the United States for Tehran, whom the Justice Department alleges intended to use the intelligence for terrorist attacks.
DNC informs FBI of new cyber-attack of voter database DNC informs FBI of new cyber-attack of voter database
Rick Docksai - Aug 23, 2018
The Democratic National Committee told the FBI on Wednesday that hackers have just attempted another attack on its voter database much like the one in 2016.
Social Security will be out of money in 16 years Social Security will be out of money in 16 years
Rick Docksai - Aug 21, 2018
Social Security's trustees moved up their forecast for the program becoming insolvent to 2034, a year earlier than they had projected last year.
Rising sea levels could sink Internet access for millions of users Rising sea levels could sink Internet access for millions of users
Rick Docksai - Aug 20, 2018
If current forecasts of rising sea levels come true, seawater will submerge thousands of miles of Internet cables and sabotage Internet access for users everywhere, a report warns.