Wildfires and flooding are devastating the Southwest, causing dangerous conditions for millions and forcing thousands to evacuate.
The Satanic Temple in Orange County, Florida, is distributing "children activity books" as a response to the school district allowing a Christian group to leave Bibles.
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III was told to remove his "Know Jesus, Know Peace" t-shirt before a press conference.
The Obamacare website still has major security flaws that put users' private information at risk, according to a new nonpartisan report.
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A new study found that fracking does not contaminate groundwater near the drilling site.
Student privacy advocates are hailing a new law in Missouri that bans school districts from tracking students using radio frequency technology.
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