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With their bulging red eyes and their alien-like mating sound, periodical cicadas can seem scary and weird enough. But some of them really are sex-crazed zombies on speed, hijacked by a super-sized … more
Summer kicks off in the Northern Hemisphere with the summer solstice on Thursday. The Earth spins on a tilt as it revolves around the sun. A summer solstice occurs for Earth's upper half when the … more
An Alaska man and two police officers have joined forces to rescue a baby moose that got stuck between a floatplane and a dock in a lake. The Homer Police Department says actions of the three men … more
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is considering removing the Nashville crayfish from the endangered species list, but some biologists argue it still needs protection because its range is so … more
President Joe Biden is again taunting Donald Trump as a “convicted felon,” saying his likely opponent in November’s election is waging an “all-out assault” on the U.S. legal system.” … more
Attorneys are asking a federal judge to prevent crew members on the cargo ship Dali from returning to their home countries as investigations continue into the deadly collapse of Baltimore's Francis … more
Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey is seeking to put the brakes on releasing a woman from prison in a 1980 killing that her attorneys allege was committed by a now-discredited police officer. … more
Federal authorities say they've uncovered a complex scheme between one of Mexico’s most notorious drug cartels and Chinese individuals in the U.S. who laundered millions of dollars from illicit … more
A Republican state lawmaker from Vermont has apologized for repeatedly pouring water into a Democratic colleague’s bag, after he caught her doing it on video. State Rep. Mary Morrissey publicly … more
A Florida public school employee who faces firing because she allowed her transgender daughter to play girls high school volleyball is assailing those who outed her child. Jessica Norton said Tuesday … more
Residents of a southern New Mexican mountain village have fled their homes under evacuation orders with little time to rescue belongings as fast-moving wildfires bore down on the village of 7,000 … more
A Texas doctor who calls himself a whistleblower on transgender care for minors is accused of illegally obtaining information on patients who were not under his care. Dr. Eithan Haim has pleaded not … more
Many Americans are celebrating Juneteenth, marking the day in 1865 when the last enslaved people in the U.S. learned they were free. For generations, Black Americans have recognized the end of one of … more
Small businesses are increasingly concerned about payment fraud. In a recent survey from KeyBank, 44% of small business owners said they worried about unauthorized transactions or unauthorized … more
In the NBA, it’s already next season. The offseason, technically, might have lasted for only about an hour. The Boston Celtics won the NBA Finals on Monday night, and when the clock rolled over to … more
Consumers barely increased spending in May from April as still high inflation and high interest rates curbed spending. Retail sales rose 0.1% in May, below the pace that economists projected, … more
Amos Hochstein, senior advisor to United States President Joe Biden, is meeting with officials in Beirut in an effort to find a diplomatic solution to head off a larger war. Cross-border attacks by … more
The city of Los Angeles will pay $300,000 to settle a lawsuit it filed against a local journalist and a technology watchdog group last year for posting the photos and information of hundreds of … more
Officials say Maine’s shortage of public defenders allowed a man with a violent criminal history to be released on bail days before he went to his former girlfriend’s home where a man was killed, … more
Dozens of bottles of centuries-old, impeccably preserved cherries and berries from the cellar of George Washington's Mount Vernon estate in northern Virginia have been discovered during an … more
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