Tech & Science
Number of People in the World to Rise to 8 Billion by 2023, U.N. Says
Africa is expected to have the most population growth through 2050.
After White House, Barack Obama Will Return to Childhood Home of Indonesia for the First Time
Obama will speak during the 4th Indonesian Diaspora Congress on July 1.
Worst Flight Ever: United Airlines Passengers Hospitalized After Extreme Turbulence
At least nine travelers and one crew member were injured during the flight.
Why the First Day of Summer Is the Longest Day of the Year
The sun could shine for as long as 16 hours in some parts of the U.S.
Who Supports Melania Trump? Dolce & Gabbana, Apparently
Dolce & Gabbana designers called the "Malibu" singer's politically motivated comments "ignorant."
Violence in America: Increasingly Uncivil Political Climate Is Making Things Worse, Poll Finds
The divide between Democrats and Republicans is causing a slither of Americans to feel like their lives are threatened.
Bear Chases and Kills 16-Year-Old Alaska Boy During Mountain Race
Other runners reported sightings of black and brown bears during the trail run.
Russian Religious Leader Wants Men to 'Protect Themselves From Homosexuality' By Not Shaving Their Beard
Metropolitan Kornily, Primate of the Russian Orthodox Old Believer Church, told a Russian media outlet that "God created everyone with a beard."
When Police Kill: Charleena Lyles, a Black Woman, Was Pregnant When She Died
The 30-year-old victim was pregnant when she was shot.
Tupac and Jada Pinkett Smith's Relationship Inaccurately Portrayed in 'All Eyez on Me' Biopic, Actress Says
The actress said some aspects of the film were "deeply hurtful."
Women Can't Free the Nipple at the Beach, but Men Can, Maryland Ag Says
In a letter, Maryland's attorney general said prohibiting women from exposing their chest at the beach while allowing men to do so wasn't a violation of the Constitution.
California Summer Weather Brings 'Very Unhealthy' Smog
Temperatures in the Golden State could reach as high as 122 degrees.
Pot on Campus: Marijuana Use Is up for Underage College Kids
After Oregon legalized recreational marijuana use in 2014, the number of students caught with pot on campuses across the state appeared to rise.
‘The Color Purple’: Steven Spielberg’s First Female Lead Was a Black Woman, but Elizabeth Banks Forgot About That
Whoopi Goldberg, who was the female lead actress in Steven Spielberg's, "The Color Purple," actually won a Golden Globe for her performance in the film.
How to Fly a Helicopter Over Niagara Falls and Hang by Your Teeth Like Erendira Wallenda
"If a guy can do it, a girl can do it too," said Nik Wallenda's wife, who broke her husband's world record.
Vacation Nightmare: 2 Severed Heads Found in Cooler Near Cabo San Lucas
Authorities say the heads were discovered just two blocks away from the tourist zone of Cabo San Lucas.
Cats as Food: 500 Felines Headed to Local Restaurants Rescued by Police in China
Cats that were set to be sold to restaurants in China were found crammed in cages.
Jeff Sessions Targeting Medical Marijuana Users, Cites 'Historic Drug Epidemic'
Sessions wants to undo the amendment that prevents the Justice Department from spending money to prosecute those in line with state medical marijuana laws.
Trump Supporters Wearing 'Making America Great' Clothing Censored by High School Yearbook
A Trump quote submitted to the yearbook was also swapped out for a famous saying by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Trump Finally Holds First Full Cabinet Meeting, Almost Two Months Later Than Obama
Some of Trump's cabinet choices weren't confirmed by the Senate until April.
Chef Boyardee Recalls Over 700,000 Pounds of Spaghetti and Meatballs
Some of the products contained undeclared milk, which is a commonly known allergen.
Getting High on Food: Medical Marijuana Users in Massachusetts Can Now Eat Pizza Instead of Smoking Pot
In Massachusetts, you can eat your pizza to get high.
Age of Legal Marriage is Still Below 18 in Some States
New York laws previously allowed children as young as 14 to marry with judicial and parental approval.
When Kids Are Fat, They Are Less Likely to Have Friends, Study Finds
The study found kids who were overweight were more likely to be ostracized by their slimmer classmates.
Save the Chocolate: Suspected Russian Mobsters Charged With Stealing 10,000 Pounds of Sweets in New York
The alleged Shulaya Enterprise members were also charged with a slew of more traditional crimes, like extortion, gaming fraud and murder for hire.