Some 150 million Americans were under a wind chill warning or advisory for dangerous cold and wind an arctic blast chills across much of the United States.
The magnitude of Donald Trump’s success is still coming into focus, but the former president’s supporters endured a historic and life-threatening cold snap to participate in caucus meetings.
Houthi rebels fired a missile, striking a U.S.-owned ship Monday just off the coast of Yemen in the Gulf of Aden. Monday's attack on the Gibraltar Eagle came less than a day after Yemen’s Houthi rebels fired an anti-ship cruise missile toward an American destroyer in the Red Sea. The Houthis…
Navy ships and aircraft are combing the Gulf of Aden for two missing Navy SEALs after one got knocked off by high waves and a teammate went in after him.
Andrew Dessler from Texas A&M joins the Across the Sky podcast weather team to talk about energy solutions to help combat climate change.
The Dominican Republic is one of four Latin American countries criminalizing abortion without exceptions. Activists' concerns, though, go beyond the impossibility of terminating a pregnancy.
The call appears to be the result of a so-called “swatting” hoax like those targeting a number of lawmakers in recent weeks.
Recent data reflects a historic level of progress, hinting inflation could near the Federal Reserve's 2% target around November's election.
Game voice actors say AI poses an equal or even greater threat to performers in the video game industry than it does in film and TV — particularly because many work in voice-over.
McDonald’s is bringing back a bigger, and, the fast food chain says, better beloved fan favorite for a limited time nationwide this month.
The Israel-Hamas war, which started 100 days ago, exposed the people of Gaza to a scale of violence and horror unlike anything they'd seen.
(15 Jan 2024) Here's the laters from The Associated Press for January 15th: Iowans head to the polls in state’s presidential caucuses; United Nations worries over humanitarian situation in Gaza; Lloyd Austin released from hospital; Iceland volcano destroys several homes.
Christiane Amanpour speaks with Martin Griffiths, the Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, on the crisis in Gaza.
The heads of three major U.N. agencies are warning that Gaza urgently needs more aid or its desperate population will suffer widespread famine and disease.
Here are some South Central Idaho homes with history that you might be able to call your own.
Water rights, education and a third bridge are on legislators' minds.
Two winter storms will hit the Magic Valley and Northern Nevada. One is for the end of the week, the other is for the weekend.
Gemini Business Park is a new industrial development that plans to offer more than 1.2 million square feet of state-of-the-art, high-quality Class “A” space, writes Shawn Barigar, Twin Falls Economic Development director.
"Imagine someone using the technology to create a photo of several black-footed ferrets — the rarest mammal in North America...maybe these little carnivores aren’t so endangered after all?"
Police arrived at scene after report of gunshots being fired.
He initially told police he didn't think keeping photos of child were illegal, records say.
Victims of an unknown contaminant in Buhl were rushed to the emergency room at St. Luke's Magic Valley, but authorities have not identified the cause of the emergency.
"As a legislature, we need to trust our local governments to do what they need to do, and give them the latitude to do just that," Rep. Ron Taylor said.
Since it was signed by President Richard Nixon on December 28, 1973, the ESA has protected more than 2,000 animals and plants, becoming one of Earth’s most far-reaching laws.
A century ago, we stocked non-native trout throughout national parks. Now native species like cutthroat trout must be transplanted in experimental habitats if they're to survive through this decade.
“The Endangered Species Act only protects that relatively small number of species that are right on the precipice of disappearing."