New research from AAA finds that aging headlights generate only a small fraction of the light they’re supposed to.
Meanwhile, in Oakland, Calif., there was a one-day wildcat strike by some teachers.
The “Two Grinches” walked up with wire cutters and walked away with an unknown amount of cash.
Looks like Mother Nature is in the holiday spirit!
Since 1970, Houston’s average yearly rainfall has ticked up from 47 inches to about 53.
Two storm-related deaths have been confirmed, while a truck driver remains missing.
Some areas saw a winter’s worth of snow from this one storm.
He saw that a local nonprofit was looking for drivers. “I thought, ‘Well, heck, I can drive a car.’ ”
Damon M. Joseph, 21, of Holland, Ohio, was arrested Friday and charged with one count of attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State.
According to one eyewitness, it all started because there weren’t enough chairs to go around.
‘We were an ATM,’ one angry parent in Southern California said after two nuns reportedly admitted to the fraud.
The Walk of Fame emblem is a magnet for vandalism in the West Coast’s war over the Trump presidency.
In total, investigators have responded to five intentionally set fires, as well as someone spraying a worship center with bullets.
“We’re going to pursue this,” Evers said in an interview with NBC, days after GOP lawmakers passed measures that would restrain his authority.
The newly reelected Democratic U.S. senator from Virginia returns to one of his signature issues.
Some see the Boy Scouts accepting girls as poaching from the Girl Scouts, while others see it as offering girls the same opportunities as boys
He popped the question near an Olive Garden on a busy New York City sidewalk. Then it got worse.
Spitfire’s death has reignited demands for more protections of wolves, which advocates say are vital to the ecosystem but have been unfairly maligned for decades.
Lawmakers in seven states have passed measures requiring or allowing the motto.
Paralyzed Veterans of America said the Trump administration is ignoring a mandate from Congress.
At 20, the future president confronted death when his plane went down over a Japanese island in 1944.
For many who shared the note, it’s the dignity and hope for George H.W. Bush’s letter that is so strikingly anachronistic in 2018.
Studies suggest marital status can matter, especially if doctors think you’re alone and lack a support network.
In a TEDx talk, Rachel Wurzman says building social connections can aid in recovery.
In a talk called “The Big Ones,” Lucy Jones examines ways we can deal with drought, floods and catastrophic fires.
The treatments give patients more options to manage what is now understood to be a complex neurological disease.
A consummate public servant, he helped guide the world out of a four-decade Cold War.
The Anchorage Police Department said there was “major infrastructure damage” across the city, which is home to more than 294,000 people.
In a place where the Camp Fire destroyed almost every residence, simple measures saved others.
There actually are no “miracles” or quick fixes in education.
Guyger had been arrested in the days after the shooting and charged with manslaughter. But a grand jury came back with a murder charge.
The tremor unleashed a destructive force equaling that contained in 3.9 billion pounds of TNT.
The error was quickly resolved, a court spokesman said.
Some companies have pledged to fight stigma and support workers struggling to stay sober.
Prosecutors inadvertently revealed in a recent filing for an unrelated case that the WikiLeaks founder has been charged under seal.
An interview about education in Bikini Bottom.
The Weather Service’s decision to proactively cast light on the National Climate Assessment marks a sharp pivot from its past.