It would be the sixth branch of the military
Nasa engineer Leland Melvin says he saw an 'alien-like' creature in the loading bay of Space Shuttle Atlantis while it orbited high above the Earth
Something powerful from the deep recesses of space sent a series of radio blasts to Earth on July 25, something so powerful that the signals were the lowest frequency ever
SOUTH BEND — The Potawatomi Zoo is planning to revamp its entryway and make other improvements in anticipation of its upcoming accreditation process, and the city of South Bend has
We knew it was bad, but not this bad. The government of Puerto Rico has quietly acknowledged that more than 1,400 people died in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria — 20 times higher than the official d
GOSHEN — The City Council will begin discussions tonight on the possibility of adopting a smoking/vaping ordinance that would be more restrictive than state law.
A protest against police brutality turned violent itself Wednesday when activists attempted to storm Portland City Hall, clobbering one security guard and scuffling with several others.
In April 2017 Ethics professor Eric Clanton attended a Free Speech rally dressed in all black and with a mask on his face. Clanton carried with him a chain with a bike lock to beat Trump supporters. 4
The Republican National Committee (RNC) released an ad on Wednesday trolling the Democratic Party after the Democrats lost another special election, reminding them that "winning is winning" and moral
Twice as many ballots as the number of registered voters were cast in a northeastern Georgia precinct during the state's primary elections in May.
A referendum on our media consumption
Jim Acosta? Brian Stelter?
Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s warm relationship with and advocacy for Communist China go back decades and involve millions, if not billions, of dollars.
Prospective college students beware, university administrators are not only going through your educational history and social media feeds to see what you’ve said in the past, they’re now looking to di
Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) announced this week that Russian hackers have breached Florida's election systems and "now have free reign to move about.” The Department of Homeland Security, however, said