Paul Kalchik, a Catholic priest at the Resurrection Catholic Church in Chicago, burned his church’s rainbow flag in an “prayer of exorcism.” Kalchik said the church’s sex scandal is “definitely a gay thing.”
A photograph of Robert Simmons Jr. and a kitten, Survivor, in a flooded New Bern, NC, neighborhood, went viral during Hurricane Florence. Here is what happened to Simmons and the cat after the picture was taken.
Utah State University opened the Aggie Chocolate Factory this fall, where students will learn the process of crafting chocolate, from roasting beans to forming the bars. It will include a cafe for the public.
While lethal predator control is a common tool of farmers and ranchers, a new study says there’s little evidence to support its effectiveness compared to nonlethal methods. Carnivores such as wolves, mountain lions and bears are declining.
Sheriffs from across the country launched a crowdfunding site to help raise money for a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border. They say they are concerned about illegal drugs crossing the border and human trafficking.
A woman is dead and a tow truck driver is in critical condition in Watertown, Massachusetts, after the driver struck and killed the woman crossing the street, and her son stabbed the driver multiple times in the torso, authorities said.
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen is refusing to undergo a court-ordered psychiatric exam for tweeting brutal images of Islamic State violence, comparing the demand to methods used in totalitarian regimes.
A massive landslide buried dozens of homes near a central Philippine mountain, killing at least 21 people and sending rescuers scrambling to find survivors after some sent cellphone text messages pleading for help.
Even as the White House has seized on crimes committed by those living in the U.S. illegally as proof of the need for an immigration crackdown, agents are increasingly apprehending people with no criminal records at all.