Among 10 Things to Know: Alaska earthquake prompts tsunami warning; Hundreds of thousands of federal workers poised to return to work; Bill Cosby jokes in 1st show since 2015 he 'used to be' comedian
Ever been woken up by a rooster crowing in the morning and wonder why the roosters themselves don’t go deaf from their own crow? Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.
The European Union's legislature is looking to rejig its seat distribution after Britain departs and is considering allowing some lawmakers to be elected on EU-wide tickets
A strong earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 8.2 has struck off Alaska's Kodiak Island, prompting a tsunami warning for a large swath of coastal Alaska and Canada's British Columbia
French retailer Carrefour and Chinese tech giant Tencent have announced a cooperation agreement in China and a possible investment to develop e-commerce and other technology
Former wartime factory worker Naomi Parker Fraley has died at age 96, years after a discovery that brought her great joy: She's believed to have been the real-life inspiration for the iconic "Rosie the Riveter" poster. Michigan factory worker Geraldine Doyle, who died in 2010 , was long thought to have...
New Yorkers called a flag on the play after the Empire State Building was lit up in the colors of the Patriots and the Eagles. Buzz60's Josh King (@abridgetoland) has more.
The Russian Olympic Committee says speedskater Viktor Ahn, a six-time gold medalist, is among several top athletes barred from the upcoming Pyeongchang Games amid the country's ongoing doping scandal
An official says nearly 5 million gallons of sewage spilled into the ocean in Monterey County after a filter at a water treatment plant got clogged and the computer system failed to sound an alarm
The Philippines' most active volcano has spewed fountains of red-hot lava and massive ash plumes anew in a dazzling but increasingly dangerous eruption that has sent 56,000 villagers fleeing to evacuation centers
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock has signed an order prohibiting telecommunications companies receiving state contracts from interfering with internet traffic and favoring their own sites and apps