Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt says the choice of targets — a free speech event and a synagogue — suggests the attacks were acts of terrorism.
Police in Northern California say a man attempting an armed carjacking bailed when he couldn’t drive a stick shift.
A company Facebook page with nearly 80,000 “likes” is stuffed with product pitches and photos of customers’ cute little kids and grandkids.
It’s unclear how the scorpion got on the plane, but the flight originated in Los Cabos, Mexico.
A technical problem that Saturday knocked out income verification for the HealthCare.gov website is now fixed.
With more than 6 feet of snow already standing in some areas from previous storms, crews struggled to keep snow-clogged roads clear as fresh snow blew in as soon as they passed.
On Saturday, parts of Hawaii were under a high-wind warning, as gusty winds caused power outages.
Congress has been leaning on the FAA to move faster on regulations that would allow a wide variety of companies to use drones.
Carr, 58, collapsed at the newspaper’s headquarters and died on Thursday.
Michigan has 165,000 residents allowed to use marijuana to treat cancer and other illnesses and nearly 32,000 licensed caregivers.
Armed with new Social Security numbers, many of these immigrants who were living in the U.S. illegally will now be able to claim up to four years’ worth of tax credits.
Criminal law experts say the case relies on the defense proving that Eddie Ray Routh did not know that the killings constituted a crime.