Chuck Berry is gone — and Chuck Berry will outlive us all.
Ricardo Medina Jr. faces six years in prison for voluntary manslaughter when he's sentenced this month. His attorney says he killed in self-defense.
Three Puerto Rican scientists are making strides to save endangered Puerto Rican parrots, turtles and manatees, and are featured in a new Nature episode on PBS.
The Bureau of Land Management, an agency within the Interior Department, recently quietly changed its homepage website photo to a large bed of coal.
Extraterrestrials might be hiding on any of these ocean moons, alien planets, and distant stars.
Mudslides have struck across the Andean nation where dozens have been killed and many of the hardest hit are those who can least afford it.
Activists and public officials alike called the deal a huge step but said the lead-contaminated city still has a long way to go.
Targets for the apparent Twitter hack ranged from Forbes and tennis star Boris Becker to the Atlanta Police Department.
In Fiji and other Pacific nations, climate change has taken hold of communities — from rising sea levels to droughts and substandard rainy seasons.
The Senate's approval of the bill to overturn the hunting restrictions this week means the measure now only needs Trump's signature to become a law.
It's the first time in the history of the continental United States that a bee species is under federal protection.
A federal summons seeks user names, phone numbers and addresses of anyone associated with an account critical of Customs and Border Protection.
The measure, which the only Democratic member of the FCC said opens 'a massive gap in consumer protection law,' still has to pass the House and be signed by the president.
The world governing body of track and field claimed Monday that it was the victim of a cyber attack carried out by the Fancy Bear hacking group.
An 11-year old Michigan boy died after hanging himself in response to his girlfriend's fake suicide prank on social media.
Three reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant suffered a meltdown after an earthquake and tsunami struck the region in March 2011.
President Donald Trump plans on directing the Environmental Protection Agency to review current fuel efficiency rules on the auto industry.
Flint, Michigan and its water crisis no longer dominates the headlines, but that doesn't mean the struggle against lead contamination has ended for residents.