Colorado State University says policies are being developed to make the school more welcoming to Native American students after campus police pulled two Mohawk brothers from an admissions tour last spring.
The Rev. David Boase of Alton, Illinois, will have a deportation hearing in Kansas City. While processing his citizenship papers, USCIS discovered he voted once, which is ‘like a capital offense’ as a noncitizen.
A Florida man held his pregnant girlfriend captive and tortured her, dousing her with lighter fluid, throwing a burning blanket on her and hitting her head with a sledgehammer, according to authorities.
Chad and Genny Larkin, from Missouri, filed a lawsuit in federal court against Discovery Inc., Pilgrim Media Group and “Street Outlaws: Memphis” host Johnathan Day. Chad says the host tried “to kill him” in an assault.
An Oregon teen has joined with Holocaust survivor Alter Wiener to advocate for their state to require Holocaust education. They will testify in favor of genocide education before the state’s Legislature.
A University of Pittsburgh study published in Science says the opioid abuse epidemic is part of a broad drug overdose death trend since 1979, which has grown exponentially even as drugs and the demographics of those killed have changed.
A photograph of Robert Simmons Jr. and a kitten, Survivor, in a flooded New Bern, NC, neighborhood, went viral during Hurricane Florence. Here is what happened to Simmons and the cat after the picture was taken.
The life insurance company John Hancock announced plans to give customers discounts in exchange for sending in diet and fitness data using activity trackers for its plans. Some have raised privacy concerns.
A study in the journal Current Biology found that when given the drug ecstasy — also referred to as MDMA or molly — octopuses become less antisocial and start to act in strange ways like doing “water ballet.”
The Fort Bend County Republican Party in Texas has apologized after running a “stereotypical” Hindu-themed ad in a Texas publication called “India Today,” asking, “Would you worship a donkey or an elephant?”
The Cheyenne Police Department took Gabriel Villalva, 27, into custody after he led police on a chase that ended in a fiery crash, cops said. The Colorado man was accused last week of walking on Old Faithful.
Police say suspects in Oklahoma City lured men to a dark home using the dating app Grindr, then forced them to the ground at gunpoint asking for money and personal information. Deaunte McPherson was arrested.