The Washington Post has published a new column by Jamal Khashoggi in which he warns that governments in the Middle East "have been given free rein to continue silencing the media at an increasing rate.".
Researchers say a New York man may have been infected with Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease after eating squirrel brains from hunting. The disease is similar to mad cow disease and leads to dementia and death.
A BMW driver in Studio City, California, was to be arrested on DUI suspicion after jumping the curb and running over a sleeping homeless man just after 1 a.m. The homeless man is in critical condition.
Eddie Bauer fabric infant carriers, the kind for which the British use the Native American-derived term “papoose,” have been recalled after several reports of buckles breaking. The carriers were sold at Target.
The White House plan to turn up the pressure on Cuba for its role in what a senior administration official on Wednesday said was its efforts to subvert democracy in Venezuela and propping up President Nicolás Maduro.
Scientists at the University of North Carolina plan to study 1,000 people equipped with free Apple watches to see if they can track the signs of binge eating using the watch’s onboard heart-rate monitor.
The Ross Ice Shelf in Western Antarctica ‘sings’, as heard in eerie audio captured by researchers. A study in Geophysical Research Letters said howling winds and melting from climate change cause the vibrations.