For a long time, the writing system known as “Linear Elamite” was considered illegible. Now a team of archaeologists claims to have partially deciphered the writing system. But other researchers are more hesitant. …read more
Six men destroyed a statue of Mahatma Gandhi outside of a Hindu temple in Queens early Tuesday morning. …read more
Dramatic video shows Las Vegas police engaging in a shootout with a carjacking suspect during a high-speed chase. HLN’s Robin Meade reports. …read more
The U.S. State Department updated its Travel Advisory for Americans wanting to visit Mexico after “increased risk of crime.”
The Brandeis Center for Human Rights filed a civil rights complaint with the US Department of Education claiming SUNY’s New Paltz campus condoned antisemitism. …read more
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says the belief that “just a few oysters can’t hurt you” is a myth, which it noted in its online “Raw Oysters Myths” guide. …read more
Monkeypox DNA was recently detected in Los Angeles wastewater, as it has been for almost two months in San Francisco sewage.
Jeffrey Rodriguez allegedly sent messages where he repeatedly said he would kill the Fox News anchors and called them “Nazis.” …read more
A deeper dive into the gray market has meant that Russians continue to have access to such goods as iPhones and Zara dresses even months after their Western makers left Russia. But are these parallel imports even legal? …read more
Employees in the public transit and air industries were far more likely to have COVID-19 outbreaks at their job sites compared with workers in general, the study found.