Tuesday, August 30th, 2016
  • Tony Stewart calls Colin Kaepernick an 'idiot'

    Add Tony Stewart to the chorus of sports figures weighing in on Colin Kaepernick, who recently sat in protest during the national anthem during an NFL preseason game. […]

  • The sheets of metal saving lives

    They appear after shark attacks, marathons, earthquakes and even terrorist attacks like the one in Paris last year. And they have appeared en masse most recently in images of migrants and refugees attempting deadly crossings of the Mediterranean Sea to reach Europe. […]

  • Could signal be from an advanced civilization?

    Experts are skeptical, but say that if the signal is artificial, it was likely made by a civilization more advanced than our own. […]

  • 'Strong signal' sparks alien speculation

    Astronomers engaged in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) are training their instruments on a star around 94 light years from Earth after a very strong signal was detected by a Russian telescope. […]

  • Governor considering resigning after voicemail

    Maine Gov. Paul LePage said Tuesday that he is considering resigning in the wake of a profanity-laced voicemail he left for a state representative last week. […]

  • Opinion: Trump is risk we can't take

    Former Reagan solicitor general Charles Fried: Clinton was right to call out Trump for his ties to the extreme right […]

  • Europe hits Apple with $14.6B tax bill

    Ireland must recover up to 13 billion euros ($14.6 billion) in unpaid taxes from Apple, Europe's top regulator ruled on Tuesday. […]

  • 5 days old and lost at sea

    A five-day-old newborn peers out from a pink blanket. His dark, almond-shaped eyes stare directly at the camera, his tiny hand tucked underneath his chin. […]

  • New 'Dancing With the Stars' cast is...

    Two Olympians, a former governor and a rapper-turned-contractor will try to dance their way into America's hearts. […]

  • Trump backer apologizes for Clinton blackface tweet

    A prominent African-American pastor who supports Donald Trump apologized Tuesday for a tweet featuring a cartoon of Hillary Clinton in blackface, but said he stood by the message he was trying to convey that Democrats take black voters for granted. […]