Authorities in Hawaii have begun allowing residents of Lahaina to return to their historic town following one of America’s deadliest wildfires that scorched the region last month.
Randy Manning, a New Jersey man accused of killing a 33-year-old Brooklyn man, was sentenced to life imprisonment again in a retrial of Rhian Stoute’s slaying.
More and more states across the U.S., including Tennessee and New Hampshire, are expanding health coverage for its poorest residents by offering dental treatment.
San Francisco Italian restaurant is closing as ‘bleeding’ businesses continue to suffer in city’s downtown
An Italian restaurant owner announced that he was closing his eatery after over a decade of business in downtown San Francisco, per a recent Instagram post.
Cuban diplomat Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla says an unknown individual has thrown a pair of Molotov cocktails at his country’s embassy in Washington, D.C.
Ramaswamy campaign defends former CEO’s ‘awakening’ on China after 2018 partnership with CCP-backed firm
Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy is taking a hawk-like approach to China after previously doing business in the Communist state as the CEO of Roivant.
School bus safety advocates are calling for change as around 17,000 kids are being injured in school bus crashes per year, according to government data.
Artificial intelligence is going to be key if NASA is going to find scientifically provable alien life and the existence of UFOs, according to a NASA study.
On this day in history, September 25, 1890, Congress establishes Sequoia National Park in California
Sequoia National Park, America's second national park, was established on this day in history, Sept. 25, 1890. The aim of the park was to protect the sequoia tree.
Archaeologists in Lima, Peru discovered eight mummified bodies and several objects dating back before the Inca empire ruled the lands, nearly 1,200 years ago.