New details released Tuesday show the state trooper charged with a DWI, allegedly tried to payoff the woman whose car he hit.
The fatal shooting of a young black man has sparked extensive protests in Minneapolis. Federal investigators have been called in to investigate the incident.
The Chinese company Huawei has demonstrated two new battery prototypes that offer quick charges for smartphones.
This year's Leonids meteor shower will peak Wednesday morning. The Leonids occur when the Earth crosses paths with Comet Tempel-Tuttle.
The Paris attacks may provide further motivation for world leaders to come to consensus on a Syria strategy.
Starbucks is the latest, and largest, company to join Seattle's 'Safe Place' program.
An interaction between an autonomous vehicle and police officer incites an interesting discussion as to how policing of self-driving cars will be handled in the future.
A video released Wednesday shows scenes of pig mistreatment at a Hormel pork plant in Minnesota.
The EU, a coalition of European countries, accounts for 20 percent of the worlds imports and exports and continues to gain influence and power. Think you know the EU? Take our quiz.
In an interview Thursday, Republican candidate Ben Carson gave his take on transgender bathrooms.
California proposed a single-drug lethal injection on Friday. If passed, it would reinstate the death penalty after a near 10-year hiatus.
A new whirligig beetle was recently discovered, and due to its particular habitat requirements, it may already need protection.
Toyota will join the artificial intelligence race, forming a new company called Toyota Research Institute.
Google's latest revelation is Smart Reply, a system that crafts email responses. But what does this say about privacy invasion?
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced Wednesday that he will deny funding to counties that fail to comply with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainers for illegal immigrants.
Wade Henderson, longtime president of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights will step down at the end of 2016.
It's too soon to tell what caused the rocket carrying a University of Hawaii-made satellite to tumble back to Earth. Why some see success anyway.
Do you have what it takes to become an astronaut? NASA wants to hear from you.
Houston voters rejected an ordinance to establish anti-discriminatory measures for gays and transgenders on Tuesday, making it one of the largest metros in the nation without protection from sexual orientation discrimination.
A gunman killed three Saturday, sparking controversy over police response to a report of the shooter walking around with his gun.
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