An alleged Russian spy whale is in Sweden — and danger. Here's why his tale matters
Hvaldimir unexpectedly headed south after several years in Norway, fueling concerns and efforts to bring him to safety. Experts say his story shines a light on how humans treat animals in general.
The first national strategy for fighting antisemitism is finally here. What's in it?
The landmark plan outlines over 100 steps that federal agencies will take within a year. But the Biden administration says it will only work if other individuals and institutions take action too.
People with disabilities aren't often seen in stock photos. The CPSC is changing that
The Consumer Product Safety Commission took photos of people with disabilities using home safety devices like flashlights and smoke alarms — then put them in the public domain for anyone to use.
Soaring pasta prices caused a crisis in Italy. What can the U.S. learn from it?
Italian officials convened crisis talks last week to address the price of pasta, which was up a whopping 17.5% year-over-year in March. But it's far from the only country seeing a rise in food prices.
A magazine touted Michael Schumacher's first interview in years. It was actually AI
F1 champion Michael Schumacher hasn't spoken publicly since suffering a near-fatal head injury in 2013. Die Aktuelle fired its editor over the AI-generated piece, and Schumacher's family plans to sue.
The N.C. man accused of shooting a 6-year-old and her parents was arrested in Florida
Authorities say Robert Singletary turned himself in to the sheriff's office in Tampa on Thursday, two days and some 600 miles away from the shooting. One victim is still in the hospital.
A suspect is wanted for shooting a 6-year-old after a basketball rolled into his yard
Authorities are looking for the North Carolina man they say shot a kindergartner and three others. It's the fourth high-profile incident this week in which apparent mistakes were met with gunshots.
A feral cat-hunting contest for kids in New Zealand is scrapped after a backlash
The competition withdrew its new category after pushback from animal rights groups. The controversy highlights a broader debate over how to manage the invasive species.
2 Texas cheerleaders were shot after 1 tried to get in the wrong car after practice
The shooting happened just after midnight in the grocery store parking lot the cheerleaders use when carpooling to practice. One of them, described as an all-star cheer icon, was critically injured.
A Spanish athlete spent 500 days alone in a cave — for science
Beatriz Flamini was 48 when she entered the Granada cave in November 2021, and 50 when she emerged on Friday. Her experiment aims to shed light on the physical and mental effects of isolation.