Horse sinking into sand rescued on Belgian beach

Beach-goers in Belgium assisted firefighters with the rescue of a horse that started sinking into the wet sand on the coastline.

Study finds head injuries can alter genes in brain

A study from UCLA has identified master genes that control hundreds of other genes linked to serious diseases, and can be damaged from a head injury.

Spicer on Trump's wiretap claims: 'There's no question that something happened'

President Donald Trump's top spokesman said Monday there was no doubt the Obama administration conducted some type of surveillance of the Republican's presidential campaign.

Supreme Court: Racial bias in jury room can violate right to fair trial

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that the presence of racial bias in juror deliberations can violate defendants' constitutional right to an impartial jury.

Cayman diving instructor pulls knife out of shark's head

A diving instructor in the Cayman Islands was filmed swimming up to a nurse shark near a reef and pulling a kitchen knife out of its head.

Jaguars battle python in South African national park

A visitor to a South African national park caught rare footage of a battle to the death between two jaguars and a massive rock python.

U.S. high court action leaves transgender students in legal limbo

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Transgender students at U.S. public schools were left in legal limbo on Monday about whether a federal anti-discrimination law enables them to use the bathroom of their choice after the Supreme Court sidestepped a major ruling on the issue.

FAQ: On Alleged Wiretaps Of Trump Communications

President Trump accused his predecessor of monitoring his communications. Here is a rundown of the allegations, federal surveillance powers, and what we do and don't know.(Image credit: Susan Walsh/AP)

'Marginal value theorem' predicts movements of human hunter-gatherers

New research shows the 'marginal value theorem' successfully predicts the movement of human hunter-gatherer camps like those of the Batek people of Malaysia.

Carson: 'There were other immigrants who came in the bottom of slave ships'

Ben Carson appeared to liken slaves to immigrants who choose to come to the United States while addressing employees at the Department of Housing and Urban Development Monday.


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