Our belief in the supernatural creatures can be traced back to a time in which our understanding of medicine wasn't all that great.
In the past 20 years, more states have allowed people to carry guns on their person in public. Some doctors say that could be a public health problem.
North Korea's deputy ambassador to the U.N. said the situation in his country has "reached the touch-and-go point."
How did the Second Amendment become so controversial? A look at the history of guns in America.
A natural cycle helps regulate the carbon in our atmosphere, but humans are knocking it off balance with emissions, according to NASA.
The U.S. men's national soccer team lost to Trinidad and Tobago and failed to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
A new study shows a drop in breast cancer deaths over decades, suggesting treatment options and screenings are improving.
Could decriminalizing drug use at local levels and expanding opioid therapies help the opioid crisis in the U.S.? A global drug commission says yes.
After a "firm and frank" meeting with the Cuban foreign minister, the U.S. removes most employees from the embassy in Havana and stops most services.
U.S. officials said video of the supposed launch released by Iranian state television was actually months old.
The U.S. reportedly wants to cut off oil and natural gas exports to North Korea, but China and Russia could veto that plan.
A Charlottesville man reflects on the now infamous events in his town. He fled his home because of fear for his own safety due to his race.