Kiska, 'the loneliest whale in the world,' dies at Canada amusement park
Canada's last captive killer whale died on Thursday at Marineland, according to local media. The orca, who has been in captivity since she was about 3 years old, was 47.
A U.S. federal agency is suing Exxon after 5 nooses were found at a Louisiana complex
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a lawsuit against ExxonMobil saying the company failed to take action to prevent a racially hostile work environment.
University of Idaho to demolish off-campus home where 4 students were killed
The university said it will tear down the King Street house in Moscow, Idaho, where a 28-year-old man has been charged with killing four students in November.
CNN's Don Lemon apologizes for sexist remarks about Nikki Haley
The CNN anchor publicly apologized for comments about when women "are in their prime" during a show that aired Thursday.
Amsterdam will ban cannabis outdoors in its red-light district
The measure, which is set to go into effect in May, is an attempt to appease residents in the neighborhood, which attracts millions of tourists each year.
The zombie fungus from 'The Last Of Us' is real — but not nearly as deadly
This species of fungus, Ophiocordyceps, is known for using "mind control" on insect hosts. Humans, however, are immune.
A NASA spacecraft discovers a formation on Mars resembling a bear
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter snapped the uncanny photo in December. Eyes are formed by craters. A hill with a "V-shaped collapse structure" resembles a snout.
High schoolers threaten to sue DeSantis over ban of African American studies course
Attorney Ben Crump announced a potential lawsuit against the Florida governor after the state rejected a new Advanced Placement course, which the College Board now says it will revise.
On 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, Kamala Harris urges federal abortion protections
In a speech delivered on Sunday, the vice president advocated for Congress to take action to protect abortion rights.
Girl asks police to run DNA test on Christmas cookie for evidence of Santa Claus
A young girl wrote to a Rhode Island police department asking them to run a DNA test on a cookie and carrots left for Santa Claus and his reindeer.