Spaceflight changes gene expression and poses a radiation hazard, but NASA sees no showstoppers as it dreams of a Mars mission.
The fund was opened in 2011 to compensate for residual illnesses and deaths linked to toxic exposure at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and in Shanksville, Pa., after terrorists crashed four hijacked airliners in 2001.
A federal judge imposed an eight-year sentence on a Texas man who decided to sidestep the system by making his own AR-15 while he was still banned from using firearms.
The last Dollar General store to open before a moratorium took effect in Tulsa. (Shane Bevel for The Post)
The last Dollar General store to open before a moratorium took effect in Tulsa. (Shane Bevel for The Post)
In cities, the stores trade in economic despair, with many residents saying they are a vital source of cheap staples. But as they cluster in low-income neighborhoods, some see a steep downside.
The FBI on Tuesday released 16 portraits that serial killer Samuel Little painted of his victims. (FBI) (Ho/AFP/Getty Images)
The FBI on Tuesday released 16 portraits that serial killer Samuel Little painted of his victims. (FBI) (Ho/AFP/Getty Images)
Samuel Little claims he killed more than 90 women over four decades, and now he's helping authorities find his victims, drawing colorful and extremely precise renderings of them from memory.

Three teachers -- from the U.S., Canada and the Netherlands -- link his comment to other similar sentiments manifesting around the world.

Judge Leonie M. Brinkema said authorities have shown no evidence justifying the termination decision, which the airmen are challenging.

The two women said they were approached by a border agent while standing in line at a convenience store in Montana, then unlawfully detained.

They’re often the backbone of the faculty, but their pay lags, resulting in efforts to unionize.

Using opioids appears to double the risk that a driver will trigger a fatal crash, regardless of whether alcohol is in the mix too, a new study by researchers at Columbia University has found.

Amazon's decision to pull out of the deal is a show of force for the left wing in New York City, a constellation of engaged citizens, traditional activist groups and newly elected lawmakers who built a grass-roots movement to oppose the deal.

The plan foundered in the face of vocal opposition from activists, politicians.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's union has filed an unsafe labor practice charge against the paper's publisher after he allegedly drunkenly stormed into the newsroom on Saturday.

The president had urged the Tennessee Valley Authority to keep open one of the plants, which buys much of its coal from a mining company chaired by one of his major donors.

On the 50th anniversary of the Apollo lunar landing, the space race has been reinvigorated by China, India and private space companies, which are locked in a high-stakes contest for scientific discoveries on moon.

Read this mom's heartbreaking Facebook post.

Denver teachers went on strike Monday demanding higher base pay in lieu of a bonus system that has been in place since 2005.

The agency's inspector general accused the Federal Student Aid office of wasting taxpayer dollars by failing to hold student loan servicing companies accountable for complying with the law.

Army Sgt. 1st Class Mark Delacruz, an agent with Army Criminal Investigation Command, faces four criminal charges.

It is probably contributing to the wet weather across the southern United States and might pump up global temperatures.

Experts with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection expect they'll inspect more than 1 billion cut-stem flowers for Valentine's Day for pests and diseases.

Meteorologists have unleashed a torrent of complaints and negative reviews.

Allegations by Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos against the National Enquirer have resurfaced the ugly history of newspapers blackmailing high society members of their communities.

Living in a messy space takes a notable toll on my mental well-being, and clutter is bad for your mental health, too.

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