According to a new study from the U.S. Geological Survey, California’s San Francisco Bay Area is historically due for an earthquake that could kill 800 people and leave hundreds of thousands homeless.
After reports surfaced that Russia and China have developed hypersonic missiles that could penetrate U.S. missile defenses, the U.S. Air Force inked a massive contract to develop its own.
The SPCA of Wake County, North Carolina, says Toby the cat has finally found a fur-ever home after recently walking 12 miles back to the family that rejected him.
A power failure on April 18 left the island of Puerto Rico without electricity for a day.
U.S. President Donald Trump said that U.S. officials had already had high-level talks with North Korea to try to arrange a summit between him and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
A U.S. general in charge of the Marine Corps sexual assault prevention and response office has been fired after calling sexual harassment allegations at his command “fake news.”
New York City took down a Central Park statue of a former doctor known for breakthroughs in gynecology because of his association to slavery.
A stoned raccoon caused chaos for Indianapolis authorities. To the surprise of the Wayne Township Fire Department, the raccoon’s owner turned up in the middle of the night last week, seeking medical attention for her pet.
The IRS announced late April 17 that its Tuesday deadline for filing taxes had been pushed back a day after many Americans experienced glitches while trying to submit their returns electronically.
According to a statement from the office of her husband, former President George H.W. Bush, Barbara Bush died on Tuesday, April 17 after a series of recent hospitalizations.