Experts have warned for years that the proverbial "big one" is just around the corner for the Golden State, but after Mexico City's powerful 7.1 quake, the San Andreas Fault could be closer than ever to a large earthquake.
US Secretary of Defense James Mattis has arrived in New Delhi to discuss arms sales and India’s involvement in Afghanistan in his first visit since Donald Trump became president of the United States.
A former US police officer with nine guns stashed in his car, including a Colt AR-15 and a loaded Kalashnikov assault rifle, was arrested outside the White House Sunday after telling the Secret Service he was en route to see the NSA director and secretary of defense for advice about removing a chip that he alleged was planted in his head.
Shifting the US military’s reliance on electricity from the civilian electric grid to sunlight-fueled micro-electricity generators could be the key to mitigating damage from an electric grid failure the US Department of Energy claims is imminent, according to Michigan Technological University professor Joshua M. Pearce.
A growing body of research, including a 2015 study led by Elaine Setiawan published in JAMA Psychiatry, indicates a correlation between brain inflammation and some major depressive disorders.
Flying high above the Big Apple, a Black Hawk helicopter found itself in a sticky situation after a commercial drone collided with the chopper late Thursday.
Russian football fans are preparing to greet fans of Liverpool and Manchester United who come to Moscow at a special welcoming event.
A 45-year-old man was arrested Sunday at the Bandaranaike International Airport in Colombo, Sri Lanka, after customs authorities discovered he was smuggling nearly one kilogram of gold in his rectum.
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