As the birds decline, one Icelandic island keeps throwing a rowdy, boozy puffin festival.
The Federal Communications Commission has announced an investigation into a California firm after a Reuters report revealed that its radio broadcasts are backed by the Chinese government.
Dolezal made national news after she resigned from her post as the president of the Spokane, Wash., chapter of the NAACP.
Nearly a third of the fine — $70 million — is "payable in cash," according to the Department of Transportation. The remaining $130 million would only be due if other problems emerge.
"Appearing on television 22 minutes a night clearly broke me," Stewart says. "I'm pretty sure I can produce a few minutes of content every now and again."
The news release touting Amazon Books' opening day includes a detail that's unusual for the online retailer: where Amazon's customers can park.
Yemen is used to getting about four inches of rain per year. Chapala has dumped more than twice that in a day. Parts of the war-torn country are now flooded.
Also: Voters in 2 states and many cities are holding elections today; Germany's soccer federation is searched by tax authorities; and Kansas City holds a parade for the World Series winning Royals.
The final moments of the aircraft are still a mystery, but cockpit voice and flight data recorders have been recovered and investigators are combing through the evidence.
Chalabi supplied information to the U.S. regarding Saddam Hussein's alleged weapons of mass destruction. No such weapons were found following the U.S. invasion.
A survey by the Pew Research Center shows that the percentage of Americans who say they believe in God, pray daily, and attend church regularly is declining.
The company building the controversial oil pipeline from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico has suspended its permit application while waiting for approval on its preferred route through Nebraska.
In the war on devilish microbes, our weapons are starting to fail us. What if the only way forward is backward?
The rare storm could lead to flash floods and deadly mudslides
The U.S. government says the German automaker's software allowed 10,000 more diesel cars than it had acknowledged earlier to run more cleanly during emissions testing than in real-world conditions.
A U.S. Navy search crew located the cargo ship, which went down a month ago during Hurricane Joaquin with 33 people aboard, using sonar equipment.