Emily Olson - NPR
A hiker wandered into view of a Katmai National Park bear camera last week, mouthing the words "help me."
The Earth's lunar sidekick will appear extra big and bright as it reaches its fullest stage on Wednesday.
A large black bear who is believed to be a notorious bandit and a hungry, uninvited houseguest was apprehended by wildlife biologists on Friday.
If Trump, the current GOP presidential front-runner, pleads not guilty his trial could take place as he makes his case for the White House.
King had just served two months in prison for an assault in South Korea, and was being transferred to the U.S. for disciplinary action.
Smoke from wildfires in Canada is again blanketing parts of the U.S. with a thick haze that's prompting air quality warnings in several states.
All five passengers aboard the missing Titan submersible have died following a "catastrophic implosion of the vessel," the U.S. Coast Guard said Thursday.
As of Tuesday afternoon, rescue crews were searching the North Atlantic for a submersible that was taking five people to the Titanic's shipwreck.
The Hawaii resident was charged with one count of intentionally disturbing wildlife after he tried to help a baby bison return to its herd. Park rangers later had to euthanize the abandoned animal.
The U.S. House will vote Wednesday on a deal to raise the nation's debt ceiling — but it doesn't touch on student loan forgiveness.
SpaceX's Starship rocket failed to separate from its booster, exploding four minutes after liftoff during an inaugural test flight on Thursday.
Declassified footage shows two Russian fighter jets flying near a U.S. drone over the Black Sea and, the Pentagon says, colliding with it.
A massive winter storm that's killed about 50 people across the U.S. is expected to claim more lives as the frigid weather continues into the week.
Bitter cold, biting wind and heavy snow are expected across the U.S. this week, forecasters say, imposing treacherous travel conditions just days before Christmas.