Chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream samples tested positive for listeriosis, the company said Monday, after an outbreak first prompted a recall last month.
An outbreak of the virus has affected 5.3 million chickens at an Iowa farm, and officials in Wisconsin have called a state of emergency. Humans are not at risk from the disease.
Four white tiger cubs have been born at the Tobu Zoo in Japan, and they’ll make their public debut this week.
Pot may be legal in Denver, but you still can’t smoke it in public.
Jenner says family members are “the only ones I’m concerned with” in a new promo clip for the interview, which is set to air Friday on ABC.
Many women prefer mediation outside the court system, but there’s little follow-up to make sure the perpetrators of violence are holding up their end of the bargain, according to a new report.
Scientists continue to research the remains of a 48-foot sperm whale that washed ashore this week. Officials are also trying to figure out the best way to dispose of the giant carcass.
May the Force be with you.
Valbona Yzeiraj was charged with eight felonies related to treating patients at the dental practice where she was the office manager, according to the Bronx district attorney.
Police say a screener at Denver International Airport conspired with a fellow agent to pat down the groins of men he found attractive.
The EU has accused the search giant of illegally using its search powers to squash competition.
Lawrence Phillips, a former running back for the San Francisco 49ers, is serving a 31-year sentence at Kern Valley State Prison in California.
The flight from Seattle to Los Angeles was in the air for 14 minutes as the worker banged and screamed for help. He later told officials that he had fallen asleep in the cargo hold before takeoff.
The five women had been involved in planning a protest of sexual harassment on public transportation.
The police audio, obtained by the Guardian, includes a phone call Officer Michael Slager received from a family member as well as tense laughter with another officer.
The pilot and three passengers have not been identified.
He jumped in a lake. Seriously.
The funeral for the 50-year-old man, who was fatally shot by a North Charleston police officer last week, took place on Saturday.
Residents gathered outside city hall Friday night to share their own stories of injustice and call for change after the fatal police shooting of Walter Scott.
Without a bystander’s video, many in the community doubted justice would be served for Walter Scott, who was fatally shot by a police officer Saturday.