In a recently discovered email sent just two days after the mysterious disappearance of Natalee Holloway in 2005, Joran van der Sloot, the prime suspect in the case, allegedly claimed that he and his father had rented a boat and taken care of certain matters.
A two-year-old, accompanied by her family's two dogs, walked over three miles barefoot and was eventually found peacefully asleep deep within a wooded trail in Michigan with one of the dogs as a makeshift pillow.
There are five major problems with the latest so-called “ethics” attack on Justice Clarence Thomas, which this time is a hit piece from the leftwing ProPublica, attempting to kick Thomas off an upcoming Supreme Court case.
A large asteroid could smash into earth in 159 years, according to NASA. Known as Bennu, the near Earth object has orbited Earth roughly every six years since 1999 when it was discovered, the New York Post reported.
Alleged alien corpses were unveiled and shown to Mexican politicians at the country's Congress. Despite raging interest in the potential ETs, skeptics counter that there is a history of hoaxed alien bodies throughout the past few decades.
The southeast United States is escaping the wrath of Hurricane Lee with a coming sharp turn north, but its final path remains uncertain as those in the northeast eye the storm, anticipating possible impact.
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R) granted an absolute pardon to a father arrested at a school board meeting for coming to his daughter’s defense after she was reportedly raped in the school bathroom by a boy wearing a skirt.
Ten employees terminated by officials with the New York City Department of Education for refusing to take the Chinese coronavirus vaccine must be reinstated, a New York judge said Wednesday, adding they must also be given their backpay.
David J. Kramer, the executive director of the George W. Bush Institute, organized a joint statement from 13 presidential libraries expressing concern about the state of democracy in the United States.
Bill Gates has acquired 1.7 million shares of Anheuser-Busch Inbev through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation trust during the second quarter of this year. The billionaire may have made the investment on the hopes that the company can get past its Bud Light fiasco, or he may think its new brand image fits with his infamous reputation as an "office bully" and friend of Jeffrey Epstein.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom is pulling officers from the California highway patrol to San Francisco’s Tenderloin district as part of a multi-agency initiative to crack down on open air drug dealings and drug use.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s financial disclosures this week have fueled hyperventilating attacks from leftwing Democrats, but they actually show their concerted efforts against the only black conservative on the nation’s highest court are groundless.
A Marine Corps veteran and mother of three settled a $337 million lawsuit against her former employer Booz Allen Hamilton, alleging that the defense contractor overcharged American taxpayers to offset losing profits in foreign contracts.
The FBI is reportedly investigating a human smuggling network that is helping move Uzbek migrants across the border into the United States. At least one of the smugglers is reportedly connected to the ISIS terrorist organization.
Democrats gained the upper hand on the Wisconsin Supreme Court this month as a liberal justice, Janet Protasiewicz, begins a 10-year term, flipping the balance of that court to a partisan 4-3 advantage in a key battleground state both for the White House and control of the U.S. Senate.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has declared a state of emergency for 33 Florida counties as storm watchers are expecting Tropical Storm Idalia to make landfall on the west side of the state, between the panhandle and the Tampa Bay area, by Tuesday.