Human Beings Evolved To Love Cuteness: How…

Why do we love Hello Kitty, Funko Pop figurines and other "kawaii" objects?

Les Moonves Will Go To Arbitration With CBS Over…

CBS' former CEO was told last month he would not receive severance pay following an investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against him.

More Than 770 Million Emails And Passwords…

A web security expert is calling this the largest collection of data ever loaded into his breach-checking website.

Is Student Loan Debt Making It Harder For Young…

Over about a decade, home ownership among young adults in the U.S. dropped 9 percentage points.

2 US Soldiers, 2 US Civilians Killed In Syria…

According to a statement from U.S. Central Command, one civilian was from the Department of Defense and the other was a contractor.

Watchdog: GSA 'Ignored' Constitution By Letting…

The GSA's inspector general said the agency knew letting the president keep his D.C. hotel lease might violate the Constitution.

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Trump Signs Bill To Provide Back Pay For Federal…

​The Government Employee Fair Treatment Act of 2019 will compensate federal employees "for wages lost, work performed, or leave used."

Michigan State University's Interim President…

John Engler has been under intense scrutiny after comments he made about some survivors "enjoying" the spotlight following the Larry Nassar scandal.

Are American Schools Focusing Too Much On…

For most high schoolers in Asia and Europe, sports have nothing to do with school.

Oversight Board Wants Court To Wipe Out $6B of…

It is currently unclear when a judge would be able to rule on the board's motion.

YouTube Cracks Down On Dangerous Challenge Videos…

YouTube will start banning dangerous challenge videos on its website like the "Bird Box" challenge.

Coast Guard Members Miss Paychecks Amid Shutdown

Coast Guard members received pay through Dec. 31 under an emergency payment approval, but that solution didn't cover January.

Judge Says Police Can't Force Phone Unlocks Using…

In her ruling, the judge likened biometric features to a numeric passcode.

ISIS Attack In Syria Kills US Service Members

The spokesperson for the U.S.-led coalition in Syria said the service members were conducting a routine patrol at the time.

Mexico's Former President Allegedly Accepted…

A former associate of the drug kingpin testified Tuesday that former Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto accepted the bribe in 2012.

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Trump's Gov. Shutdown Is Undermining His Own…

More than 4000 prisoners who should be eligible for early release or a halfway house are currently stuck in limbo.

Pentagon Extends Border Mission Through End Of…

Defense officials approved a DHS request for additional support to upgrade border fencing and help with surveillance.

FDA Resumes Food Inspections

The FDA’s food inspections stopped when the government shut down on Dec. 22.

House GOP Leaders Remove Rep. Steve King From…

Lawmakers voted Monday night to remove Rep. Steve King from his committee assignments amid racist comments published last week in the New York Times.

Suspect In Jayme Closs Kidnapping Appears In Court

A judge set bail for the suspect accused of kidnapping 13-year-old Jayme Closs at a $5 million.

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Human Beings Evolved To Love Cuteness: How…

Why do we love Hello Kitty, Funko Pop figurines and other "kawaii" objects?

Les Moonves Will Go To Arbitration With CBS Over…

CBS' former CEO was told last month he would not receive severance pay following an investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against him.

More Than 770 Million Emails And Passwords…

A web security expert is calling this the largest collection of data ever loaded into his breach-checking website.

Is Student Loan Debt Making It Harder For Young…

Over about a decade, home ownership among young adults in the U.S. dropped 9 percentage points.

2 US Soldiers, 2 US Civilians Killed In Syria…

According to a statement from U.S. Central Command, one civilian was from the Department of Defense and the other was a contractor.

Watchdog: GSA 'Ignored' Constitution By Letting…

The GSA's inspector general said the agency knew letting the president keep his D.C. hotel lease might violate the Constitution.

AdChoices Icon

Trump Signs Bill To Provide Back Pay For Federal…

​The Government Employee Fair Treatment Act of 2019 will compensate federal employees "for wages lost, work performed, or leave used."

Michigan State University's Interim President…

John Engler has been under intense scrutiny after comments he made about some survivors "enjoying" the spotlight following the Larry Nassar scandal.

Are American Schools Focusing Too Much On…

For most high schoolers in Asia and Europe, sports have nothing to do with school.

Oversight Board Wants Court To Wipe Out $6B of…

It is currently unclear when a judge would be able to rule on the board's motion.

YouTube Cracks Down On Dangerous Challenge Videos…

YouTube will start banning dangerous challenge videos on its website like the "Bird Box" challenge.

Coast Guard Members Miss Paychecks Amid Shutdown

Coast Guard members received pay through Dec. 31 under an emergency payment approval, but that solution didn't cover January.

Judge Says Police Can't Force Phone Unlocks Using…

In her ruling, the judge likened biometric features to a numeric passcode.

ISIS Attack In Syria Kills US Service Members

The spokesperson for the U.S.-led coalition in Syria said the service members were conducting a routine patrol at the time.

Mexico's Former President Allegedly Accepted…

A former associate of the drug kingpin testified Tuesday that former Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto accepted the bribe in 2012.

AdChoices Icon

Trump's Gov. Shutdown Is Undermining His Own…

More than 4000 prisoners who should be eligible for early release or a halfway house are currently stuck in limbo.

Pentagon Extends Border Mission Through End Of…

Defense officials approved a DHS request for additional support to upgrade border fencing and help with surveillance.

FDA Resumes Food Inspections

The FDA’s food inspections stopped when the government shut down on Dec. 22.