Browns DE Myles Garrett is at home resting after a harrowing car crash, but as he prepares to return to work on Thursday, his team is just happy he's alive.
The zoo is looking at alternative options, such as renewable energy, to tackle rising costs.
Tawny owls Snowball and Wotsit bonded at a sanctuary while recuperating from traffic injuries.
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From SpaceX's Starship to United Launch Alliance's Vulcan Centaur to Arianespace's Ariane 6 rocket, here are some of the boosters that could debut in 2023.
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Employees at an Iowa medical care center mistakenly deemed a 66-year-old woman in hospice care dead and coordinated her transportation in a cloth bag to a funeral home, according to a report from the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals. The report noted that when a staff member at the funeral home unzipped her bag, they witnessed her "chest moving and she gasped for air." The Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals fined the Glen Oaks Alzheimer's Special Care Center $10,000 for violating a resident's dignity and for failing to "assume the responsibility for the overall operation of the residential care facility."
People are invited to learn about a range of marine life for World Wetlands Day 2023.
Cambridge hopes a congestion charge will cut traffic by 50%. What does Gothenburg have to say?
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The world's third-largest coral reef just off the Florida Keys was once a vibrant habitat for millions of plants and animals. But an outbreak of stony coral tissue loss disease is threatening to destroy it. Scientists are trying to regrow the coral in a lab hundreds of miles away to save it. Manuel Bojorquez takes a look.
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The Institute for Human and Machine Cognition's new building at Alcaniz and Garden streets will study how people can live longer and better.
Several species of butterfly are struggling and scientists are warning that time is running out.
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The June 18, 1815, clash ended Napoleon Bonaparte's ambitions of conquering Europe, and resulted in the deaths of around 20,000 soldiers.
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A green comet and the red planet will debut in a colorful showdown next weekend. You can easily find them in the sky, or watch online.
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Woman had told suspect he was being to loud.
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Bird flu has been detected in skunks, bears, raccoons and foxes in the U.S. What could the highly contagious outbreak mean for humans?
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Erin O’Flynn/The Daily Beast/Chase Doak/Reuters and ELIZABETH FRANTZ/ReutersThe United States has shot down the mysterious Chinese balloon over the Atlantic Ocean Saturday at approximately 2:40 p.m. ET.The balloon was taken down when it floated over the Atlantic Ocean east of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.An operation is now underway to recover debris from the balloon, which had been flying at about 60,000 feet.Less than an hour prior, two anonymous U.S. officials told the Associated Press Saturd
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'It's embarrassing for our sport.': Duke University women's basketball coach says her team played first half with the wrong ball
After her team beat Pittsburgh, Duke coach Kara Lawson pointed out an alleged error in their loss against Florida State.
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RumbleRep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) lamented this week about how little she was getting paid as a member of Congress, claiming that her low congressional salary had made her “life miserable” as she “made a lot more money” before stepping into public service.The MAGA firebrand, who fashions herself as a populist concerned about the plight of everyday Americans, recently appeared on investigative journalist turned professional troll Glenn Greenwald’s podcast. While ostensibly there to talk ab
The former president's eldest son suggested Montana residents shoot down the balloon themselves — despite that being logistically impossible.
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China's spy balloon flying over Montana shows that the country is preparing its citizens for war that could come at any time, an expert told Fox News Digital.
In the words of Kylie Jenner: “Need.”
Katee Sackhoff Disrobed 'For A Good Cause' In New Bathtub Photoshoot And The Big Bang Theory Fans Have Thoughts
BSG, Mandalorian star and Big Bang guest star Katee Sackhoff dropped trou and hopped into a bathtub, for a good cause.