A winning ticket for a giant lottery jackpot estimated at $521 million has been sold in New Jersey.
Rocker Ted Nugent says the Florida students calling for gun control have “no soul” and are “mushy brained children.”
The life of renowned physicist and author Stephen Hawking was celebrated Saturday in English city of Cambridge, with hundreds of well-wishers lining the streets for a glimpse of the hearse carrying his remains to a private funeral.
Crews are drilling at the bottom of the Grand Canyon to test the idea of shifting the area where water is drawn to serve millions of people at the national park’s popular South Rim.
New Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report says state’s amphetamine death rate could soon eclipse its prescription opioid death rate if current trends continue.
Weber Shandwick says its work mainly “involved crisis counsel” from late December to early March.
Guinness is flowing in Irish pubs on a Good Friday for the first time in 90 years.
Sacramento police shot Stephon Clark seven times from behind, according to autopsy results released Friday by a pathologist hired by Clark’s family, findings that call into question the department’s assertion that the 22-year-old black man was facing officers and walking toward them when he was killed.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is recovering in a Los Angeles hospital after undergoing heart surgery.
Federal agents have seized 63 dogs after discovering blood-stained carpet at the site of a suspected dogfighting pit in rural Georgia.