The funeral for the man killed by law enforcement during the armed takeover of an Oregon wildlife refuge is expected to draw supporters from around the western U.S. to a small town in Utah
France is the first country to pass and now enforce a law that makes it illegal for grocery stores to discard food that's about to expire.
Twitter is now using spam-fighting technology to seek out accounts that might be promoting terrorist activity and is proactively looking at other accounts related to those flagged for possible removal, the company announced Friday
The U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights says laws and policies that restrict access to birth control services must be repealed amid the explosive outbreak of the Zika virus
A Britain-based monitoring group reports that the Syrian Army and allied militias have retaken a town at the doorstep of Daraa, a contested city that lies between Damascus and the Jordan border
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is declining to reinstate the suspended law license of Pennsylvania's attorney general as she fights criminal charges of leaking secret grand jury material and lying about it
An experiment in Germany could be a large step in the direction of giving the world the clean, seemingly endless energy that would be nuclear fusion. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.
The head of a top Brazilian health research institute says its scientists have discovered the presence of active Zika virus in urine and saliva samples
More people are saying they prefer sleeping alone than with their partner, but that doesn't always mean the relationship is in trouble.
A U.S. website says that North Korea appears to have brought in fuel in preparation for a rocket launch it plans to conduct in defiance of international sanctions this month
As a hearing enters a third day for the convicted killer at the center of popular podcast "Serial," the focus of testimony has shifted away from an alibi witness toward cell tower data that defense attorneys contend was misleading
A Mississippi court made a mistake when listing a phone number for people to call regarding their jury summons. It had people calling a sex hotline. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.
According to a recent finding by a United Nations panel, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been "arbitrarily detained" by Sweden and the U.K.