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Shell to Union Workers: Show Up for Trump or Else

Union workers at a Pennsylvania petrochemical plant had two choices: Show up for President Trump's speech and get paid or skip the day.…

Historic Heat Wave Killing Thousands of Salmon

A heatwave has proved fatal for thousands of Alaska salmon this summer. Alerted by locals, scientists traveled along the Koyukuk River in July.…

Police Seize Weapons From Portland Protesters

Cops seized weapons Saturday as hundreds of far-right protesters and anti-fascist counter-demonstrators swarmed downtown Portland.…

Where Is Jeffrey Epstein Associate Ghislaine Maxwell?

Flags flew at half-staff across Jeffrey Epstein's private islands Wednesday as the financier's body began what is likely to be its final journey.…

Epstein Autopsy Leads to New Questions

If you thought the conspiracy theories swirling around the death of Jeffrey Epstein were already in overdrive, get ready for the next level.…

Flier Charged Over Tantrum Says He Was Just Being ‘Rude

Justin Brafford was arrested last October over what happened on a Dallas-bound Southwest Airlines flight: He allegedly tried to flirt.…

Study: 10% of Older Adults Are Binge Drinking

There are the usual problems associated with binge drinking—and then there's an additional set of problems associated with binge drinking as you age. …

July Was the Hottest Month Ever Recorded

According to scientists, last month was the hottest ever recorded, either equaling or surpassing July 2016 but we'll have to wait until Monday.…

These 15 US Cities Will Be Desert Wastelands By 2080

Climate-linked headaches are taking place worldwide, but closer to home, a bunch of US sites are at risk of turning into actual deserts. …

Shots Fired at ‘Bigfoot’ in National Park

Kentucky is more famous for bourbon than Bigfoot sightings, which may explain a strange series of events on Saturday. Seriously?…

South Dakota Requires Schools to Display Religious Motto

South Dakota students will return to "In God We Trust" displayed in their schools—"in a prominent location," at least 12 inches by 12 inches. …

Baltimore Tells Trump It’s ‘Better to Have a Few Rats Than Be One’

Charm City isn't exactly bothering to be charming after the president of the United States attacked Baltimore as a "very dangerous & filthy place."…

Sneaky ‘City-Killer’ Asteroid Came Very Close to Earth

The Earth had a surprise visitor Thursday. An asteroid big enough to earn the nickname "city-killer" from astronomers whizzed by at a close distance.…

Research: Dating of Turin Shroud to Middle Ages Was Flawed

Whether the Shroud of Turin served as Jesus' actual burial cloth has long been debated—and a new studyis likely to keep that debate raging.…

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