It took a week, but "Chance the Snapper" is finally out of Chicago's Humboldt Park Lagoon. Chicago police confirm to CNN that the 4- to 5-foot-long American alligator was caught sometime between Monday night and Tuesday morning by Florida alligator expert Frank Robb. Surprisingly, Robb used a fishing rod to...
Planned Parenthood's president has been forced out of her job after only eight months as the organization faces unprecedented challenges related to its role as the leading abortion provider in the United States
Officials say a suspected tornado struck a rural area of north Mississippi on Tuesday, damaging homes and knocking down trees and power lines as the wet remnants of Hurricane Barry rumbled through several states.
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At least three people died and a search is under way for four people missing after a float plane crashed into a lake in the Eastern Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador
The Department of Agriculture says fewer than 40% of the researchers whose jobs are being transferred from Washington, D.C., to Kansas City will make the move to the Midwest
Hailey Bieber goes to bat for Justin AGAIN…but this time not against Jelena shippers…against Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan. PLUS…I have a Selena Gomez update for you guys…she is still living her best post Justin life as is evident in this rare post with her mom and sister. FINALLY…I know you Shawmila shippers are getting stronger by the day…so I have some news for you guys on WHY Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello chose NOW to go from friends to more. At least by all appearances. I’ve got latest on these two and the rest of your fav celebs right now so stay tuned.
Under withering criticism from senators, a Facebook executive on Tuesday defended the social network giant's ambitious plan to create a digital currency and pledged to work with regulators to achieve a system that protects the privacy of users' data
A group of U.S. senators from the West Coast is urging the government to ensure that planned changes to the national Wireless Emergency Alert system do not impair its ability to provide rapid warnings about earthquakes