On Thursday, Facebook Inc., unsatisfied with its global access, announced it has built a full-scale drone to fly between 60,000 feet above ground at night and 90,000 feet during the day to allow the entire world to use Facebook.
On Sunday, presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson, speaking on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” doubled down on his comments from a week before when he opined “all lives matter.” Carson stated on Sunday that all the fuss over the “Black Lives Matter” mantra is “political correctness going amok.”
Amnesty advocates are complaining about the use of GPS ankle monitors on illegal aliens detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement at the border.
U.S. Navy and U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials found a small “narco-submarine” with eight tons of cocaine and four people aboard off the coast of El Salvador on July 18.
On Wednesday morning, a Montana father and mother were shot and murdered, and their daughter was seriously wounded in Pryor, Montana, when they emulated the Good Samaritan and attempted to help Jesus Deniz Mendoza, 18, whose car was stopped on the side of the road on the Crow Indian Reservation.
Early Thursday morning, 124 headstones at a historic Jewish cemetery in Philadephia were found knocked over.
On Friday, ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, who falsely reported that 11 of the 12 footballs used by the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game measured two pounds under league standards, evaded an appearance on WEEI’s “Dennis & Callahan” show to discuss his mistake.
On Thursday, California Governor Jerry Brown let a deadline pass and refused to rescind a decision by a parole board to release 63-year-old James Schoenfeld, one of the three men convicted of kidnapping 26 children and their school bus driver in 1976 and holding them hostage in a trailer.
The personal finance social network WalletHub ranked public school systems around the nation, and found that California’s ranked as the ninth-worst. Factors measured by WalletHub included: Test results in reading and math Remote-learning opportunities from online public schools Dropout rate
On Thursday, Santa Cruz prosecutors announced that the arraignment for Adrian Gonzalez, 15, who is accused of the sexual assault and murder of Maddy Middleton, 8, will be delayed until September 21st.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has consistently opposed the Iranian nuclear deal that President Barack Obama has championed, told diplomatic correspondents that an American public increasingly aware of the deal’s dangers is growing more hostile to the agreement.
A man attempting to become the first swimmer to ever make the 28-mile journey from Golden Gate Bridge to the Farallon Islands had to abort his effort after 25 miles when a great white shark menacingly circled the boat following him and headed toward its prey.
According to a report released by the Center for Energy Policy and the Environment at the Manhattan Institute, the energy policies of the state have imposed a greater burden on poorer customers in the inland and Central Valley regions of the state.
According to a poll released this week by the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC), almost two-thirds of Californians believe, contrary to scientific evidence, that the state’s historic drought has been caused by global warming (not “climate change,” but “global warming”).
The Philadelphia Phillies traded ace lefthander Cole Hamels to the Texas Rangers ahead of Friday’s trade deadline.
Mia Farrow, the onetime actress who now functions as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, took a particularly vicious route in joining celebrities venting their fury at Walter Palmer, the dentist who killed Cecil the lion, tweeting Palmer’s home address.
The trailer for Michael Bay’s new movie, 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, based on Mitchell Zuckoff’s nonfiction book 13 Hours, has been released. The book on which the film is based discusses how six members of a security
On Tuesday, eight children between the ages of six to eight years old were injured, two of them critically, when a massive pine tree fell during a field trip at a summer day camp in Pasadena.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft ripped the NFL on Wednesday for its refusal to alter Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for Deflategate, calling the decision “unfathomable.”
Linda Tripp, the woman who exposed Monica Lewinsky as Bill Clinton’s mistress but has remained silent the last twenty years about what she knew about Bill and Hillary Clinton, gave an exclusive interview to The Daily Mail in which she offered what she knew about Hillary Clinton that makes her unfit for the presidency.
Tom Brady allegedly destroyed his cellphone during the NFL’s investigation of “Deflategate.”
On Sunday, vendors at the Orange County Fair barred former NBA All-Star Gilbert Arenas, 33, from winning any more prizes after he swished too many basketballs at carnival booths.
Elon Musk, CEO and product architect of Tesla Motors and the CEO/CTO of Space ExplorationTechnologies, joined roughly 1,000 artificial intelligence (AI) experts, scientists and robotics researchers–including Stephen Hawking–to sign a letter urging the world’s nations to reject using artificial intelligence when waging war.
Two fisherman on kayaks near San Diego last Thursday morning turned the tables on a mako shark intent who attacked one of the kayaks, reeling the shark in instead.
In a promotional video for the new show Feherty, to be aired on The Golf Channel, Speaker of the House John Boehner got teary-eyed once again.