Man detained by ICE after dropping daughter at school has deportation order tossed out Man detained by ICE after dropping daughter at school has deportation order tossed out
Tyler Henderson - Aug 15, 2017
Avelica-Gonzalez, 49, has been held in the Adelanto Detention Facility in San Bernadino County, Calif., since February. He has a bond hearing on Aug. 30, according to his attorney, Alan Diamante.
Moon's magnetic field lasted much longer than previously thought Moon's magnetic field lasted much longer than previously thought
Andrew McDonald - Aug 15, 2017
The reason for that difference is because our planet's core is a dense mix of iron and nickel surrounded by flowing rock. That balance keeps charged particles moving in what is known as a dynamo.
Faulty pump system fails to stem flooding in New Orleans Faulty pump system fails to stem flooding in New Orleans
Clint Huston - Aug 14, 2017
The city is still reeling from a heavy rainstorm that flooded neighborhoods on Saturday. And residents are furious about inconsistent statements from city leaders about how the flooding was handled.
Cassini to begin last five Grand Finale orbits Cassini to begin last five Grand Finale orbits
Jeremy Morrow - Aug 11, 2017
Spacecraft's science instruments will probe deeply into Saturn's atmosphere.
Cassini to begin last five Grand Finale orbits Cassini to begin last five Grand Finale orbits
Jeremy Morrow - Aug 11, 2017
Spacecraft's science instruments will probe deeply into Saturn's atmosphere.
Trump continues attacks on Mitch McConnell Trump continues attacks on Mitch McConnell
Tyler Henderson - Aug 11, 2017
The president also pointedly refused to express confidence in McConnell when asked by reporters outside his golf club if he should step down from his role as Senate Majority Leader.
Ancient skull may reveal link between humans and apes Ancient skull may reveal link between humans and apes
Tobi Gerdes - Aug 11, 2017
However, despite that research, little is known about the evolution of the ape and human ancestors that existed before 10 millions years ago.
Fossils reveal evolution of early gliding mammals Fossils reveal evolution of early gliding mammals
Alex Bourque - Aug 11, 2017
Modern winged mammals glide using areas of skin membrane that stretches out between their fore and hind limbs. While the fossils exhibited that trait, they also had a wide range of other strange characteristics.
100 million black holes in Milky Way galaxy, new study says 100 million black holes in Milky Way galaxy, new study says
David Sims - Aug 11, 2017
The number of black holes of a certain mass per galaxy depends on the size of the galaxy, says co-author Manoj Kaplinghat, a UCI professor of physics and astronomy.
Canada opens camp to house refugees fleeing United States Canada opens camp to house refugees fleeing United States
Jason Spencer - Aug 11, 2017
The Trump administration's suspension on admitting refugees into the United States has driven thousands of would-be U.S. immigrants to take shelter across the border in Canada, according to Quebec officials.
Trump sued over transgender military ban Trump sued over transgender military ban
Tobi Gerdes - Aug 11, 2017
The suit further claims that the federal government cannot legally take away rights already granted to transgender service members.
Wikileaks offers fired Google Wikileaks offers fired Google "memo" employee a job
Lila Alexander - Aug 11, 2017
In his tweet, the Wikileaks founder stated clearly his opinion of Google's decision to terminate its employee: "Censorship is for losers.
Milky Way covered in 100 million black holes, study reports Milky Way covered in 100 million black holes, study reports
Clint Huston - Aug 11, 2017
While scientists have long known there are many holes throughout the reaches of the space, they did not expect to find as many as they did.
Federal report challenges Trump's climate change denial Federal report challenges Trump's climate change denial
Cliff Mooneyham - Aug 11, 2017
A draft report by government scientists sharply contradicts President Trump and members of his administration who say the science is ambiguous as to whether human activities contribute to climate change.
Trump advisor Gorka suggests Minnesota mosque bombing carried out by 'left' Trump advisor Gorka suggests Minnesota mosque bombing carried out by 'left'
Jason Spencer - Aug 11, 2017
Local Muslim leaders denounced Gorka's remarks, calling them hypocritical.
Gigantic titanosaur was largest dinosaur to ever live Gigantic titanosaur was largest dinosaur to ever live
Jeremy Morrow - Aug 11, 2017
In 2013, a shepherd in the Argentinian desert stumbled on an enormous fossil bone sticking out of a rock. When experts examined the find, they discovered the remains belonged to what was the biggest dinosaur ever unearthed.
North Korea threatens missile strike on Guam North Korea threatens missile strike on Guam
Jeremy Morrow - Aug 09, 2017
Saturn's moon Titan may have even more essential ingredients for life Saturn's moon Titan may have even more essential ingredients for life
David Sims - Aug 09, 2017
In addition, researchers used data from the Atacama Large Millimeter Array in Chili to find traces of vinyl cyanide in Titan's atmosphere.
Puppies with loving mothers make poor guide dogs, study reports Puppies with loving mothers make poor guide dogs, study reports
Harry Marcolis - Aug 09, 2017
To answer that, the team analyzed 98 puppies that were eventually put into a guide dog program. During the study, the young canines were kept in towel-lined kiddie pools.
Chicago sues Justice Department over sanctuary cities policy Chicago sues Justice Department over sanctuary cities policy
Harry Marcolis - Aug 09, 2017
Chicago received $2.3 million in JAG funds last year. It typically uses the money to purchase such items as SWAT equipment, tasers, police cars, and radios.
Nanochip can grow new organ tissue and heal injuries Nanochip can grow new organ tissue and heal injuries
Josh Curlee - Aug 09, 2017
Growing new organs in a lab is a feat that medicine cannot yet do, but an Ohio State University research team thinks it has found a way to program the human body's own cells to grow new organ tissue on its own.