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AP Fact Check: Trump Team Distortions on Fuel Economy Rules

Brad Pitt Asks Astronaut: Who was Better? Clooney or Me?

By Michael Biesecker Tom Krisher |
President Donald Trump and his team are distorting the facts in explaining the administration's decision to stop California from setting its own emission standards for cars an...

Payouts from Insurance Policies May Fuel Ransomware Attacks

Payouts from Insurance Policies May Fuel Ransomware Attacks

By Kathleen Foody | Sep 23
The call came on a Saturday in July delivering grim news: Many of the computer systems serving the government of LaPorte County, Indiana, had been taken hostage with ransomware. The hackers demanded $250,000.

'What is That, Man?' Navy Confirms Videos of Flying Objects

'What is That, Man?' Navy Confirms Videos of Flying Objects

By Ben Finley | Sep 23
The Navy is updating its guidelines to encourage pilots to more thoroughly report what they see, and investigators have been traveling to bases to talk to aviators.

Old Gays Try Grindr, Watch the Hilarious Results

Old Gays Try Grindr, Watch the Hilarious Results

Sep 23
In a new video released by intomore, four older gay men try Grindr for the first time. From setting up their profiles to exploring nearby matches, watch these 65 and ups learn the wild world of Grindr...

Scientists Prepare for Year-Long Expedition to Arctic Center

Scientists Prepare for Year-Long Expedition to Arctic Center

By Frank Jordans | Sep 22
Researchers from more than a dozen nations prepared Friday to launch the biggest and most complex expedition ever attempted in the central Arctic — a yearlong journey through the ice they hope will improve the scientific models.

'I've Got One!' Hunting Neon Scorpions in the Arizona Desert

'I've Got One!' Hunting Neon Scorpions in the Arizona Desert

By Peter Prengaman | Sep 22
In movies, on the skin of many tattoo lovers and in one of the 12 astrological signs, scorpions' distinct shape and supposed attributes are often on display. They are portrayed as savage, lethal, true warriors — not far off from what we were about to see.