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Man who died in Yellowstone was looking for buried treasure

A 53-year-old Illinois man who fell to his death in Yellowstone National Park last year was looking for a supposed hidden cache of gold and jewels

You Could Buy Michelangelo's Villa (if You Have…

If you’ve got $9 million burning a hole in your pocket, you could buy a Tuscan farmhouse once owned by Michelangelo. Buzz60's Josh King has more.

Kate Middleton Might've Worn A Green Dress To The…

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a dark-green gown to the BAFTAs, and social media users on Twitter expressed their disappointment.

Supreme Court Won't Hear Challenge To Calif. Gun…

The U.S. Supreme Court said it won't hear a case that claims California's full 10-day waiting period shouldn't apply to people who already own a gun.

The Winter Olympics Are Here

Catch live coverage of the Winter Olympics on NBCUniversal Networks. Watch now!

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Stars, educators lead effort for kids to see…

As "Black Panther" sells out in U.S. theaters, educators, philanthropist, celebrities, business owners and athletes are bringing children of color to see the film which features a black superhero in a fictional, un-colonized African nation

Idaho lawmaker yells 'abortion is murder' at…

A Republican Idaho state senator yelled "abortion is murder" at a group of university students who were pushing for birth control legislation at the Statehouse and now faces an ethics complaint

Storm system brings flooding, freezing rain, snow…

A storm system stretching from Texas to the Great Lakes states with risks of flooding, freezing rain and snow is being blamed for fatal crashes in three states, including an accident that left four dead in Nebraska

Groups want details on Trump's approval of…

Opponents of the Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada are asking a judge to force the U.S. government to turn over emails and other documents related to President Donald Trump's approval of the project

GOP candidate defends campaign's AR-15 giveaway

Kansas congressional candidate Tyler Tannahill defends continuing his campaign's AR-15 giveaway in the wake of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting, saying, "I do support the Second Amendment in the hard times and the bad."

Insiders: Russia troll farm even zanier than…

Insiders say the U.S. indictment against the St. Petersburg troll farm only scratches the surface of the agency's zany, ambitious operations _ and glosses over just how unconvincing some of its stunts could be

Elon Musk's Hyperloop Makes Headway in DC

Elon Musk's dream of building a hyperloop that can move people between Washington, DC, and New York City in 29 minutes may be a small step closer to becoming a distant reality. A Nov. 29 permit issued by DC's Department of Transportation allows Musk's Boring Company to dig at an...

Late-afternoon sell-off steers US stocks toward…

A steep drop in Walmart's stock and losses in other sectors are pulling U.S. indexes broadly lower, placing the market on course to snap a six-day winning streak

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The Latest: Homeless line up for motels as camp closing

Authorities are being allowed to shut down a large homeless encampment in Southern California and moving hundreds of tent-dwellers into motel rooms

Taco Bell cashier out after putting racial slur on receipt

Taco Bell says an employee accused of using a racial slur to refer to an Asian-American customer no longer works for the restaurant chain

Millennials Have The Most Patience For Bad…

In the battle between who can keep their cool the longest, Millennials came out on top.

What Do The BAFTA Winners Say About The Upcoming…

"Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" won five of the top honors at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts movie awards.

Amazon Is Offering Another Whole Foods Perk To…

Eligible Prime members will earn 5 percent cash back on their Whole Foods purchases when they use the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa card.

'Black Panther' scores highest Monday ever with…

With largest Monday ever, 'Black Panther' zooms higher in the record books with $242 million gross in four days

Trump plan: Less health insurance for lower…

Latest Trump administration health care idea: less insurance for lower premiums

Invasive bloody red shrimp discovered in Lake Superior

An invasive species with a jarring name has turned up in Lake Superior: the bloody red shrimp

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Scientists hatch a baby dumbo octopus for the…

Earth's oceans are filled with creatures that range from deadly and dangerous to cute and curious. Some are familiar, while others are downright bizarre. The dumbo octopus, a strange, pod-like cephalopod that glides through the water with a pair of fluttery wings, is a rare treat for researchers because it makes its home far deeper than any diver could venture. The creatures prefer depths of 10,000 feet or more, and have even been found over 20,000 feet below sea level. Now, over a decade after its hatching, researchers are revealing what a baby dumbo octopus looks like moments after it enters the world and it's downright adorable. The video, which was shot in 2005 on board a research vessel, was just released as part of a newly-published study which focuses on how the species lives. It shows a newly-hatched dumbo octopus wriggling in a shallow dish where it hatched just moments earlier, much to the surprise and delight of the scientists who gathered it. While using a remote-operated vehicle to study a coral site deep in the Atlantic, scientists spotted what they described as "tan-colored golf balls" attached to branches of the coral. Not knowing what they were looking at, they decided to collect some of them and take a closer look. When brought to the surface, the team realized they must be eggs. "With each successive collection, it became apparent that this was some sort of an egg case," Tim Shank, co-author of the paper, explains. "The first few were open and empty, the next two contained a white gelatinous mass within, and the final collection yielded the specimen described in the paper." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jlbgbTPKcg After placing the curious spheres in dishes for further examination, one of them cracked open and the tiny octopus emerged. The egg's former resident, a baby dumbo octopus, was initially quite still, which the researchers attribute to the stress of the collection process. However, it soon began to swim around, giving scientists their very first glimpse of what the species looks like as a juvenile. As you can see in the video above, the creature is very small. While it might look like it's swimming head-first into the side of the dish, the dome-like end of the creature is actually its posterior, and its eyes and tentacles which mark the "front" of the octopus are situated below its ear-like fins.

Late-Night Uber Eats Delivery Ends With Dead…

An Uber Eats driver claims he was acting in self-defense when he killed a customer during his first week on the job. Robert Bivines, 36, arrived at the Atlanta condominium of 30-year-old Ryan Thornton around 11:30pm Saturday after a $27 food order was placed at Tin Lizzy's through the...

After School Shootings, Russian Bots Hijacked Gun…

For Russia-linked Twitter accounts and bots linked to Russian propaganda campaigns, last week's horrific school shooting in Florida was just another opportunity to sow division among Americans, security researchers say. Within an hour of the shooting, hundreds of automated Twitter accounts with suspected Russian links began sending out tweets with...