The moment domesticated horses changed the course of history is revealed

The domestication of horses changed the course of human history, but scientists have tried for years to figure out when and where this crucial event happened. Now, evidence from a new study using DNA analysis suggests horses were first domesticated 4,200 years ago in the steppes of the Black Sea region, part of modern-day Russia, before spreading across Asia and Europe in the centuries that followed.

Austin’s understaffed police tell citizens to collect evidence at crime scenes themselves

A business owner in Austin, Texas says police told him to gather his own evidence at the scene of his burglarized store due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Fireball plummets to Earth. Experts think they know what it was

Experts say the fireball, captured on video across the Midwest, was likely a failed Russian satellite.

Wisconsin deputy hurt with ‘edged weapon,’ fires gun during altercation

Wisconsin authorities are looking for a suspect following an attack on a deputy who discharged her weapon during the incident.

Washington Post fact-checker calls asking about Biden visiting the border ‘a bit of a gotcha question’

Washington Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler seemed to dismiss the ongoing inquires of whether or not President Biden has gone to the southern border and if he has any intention of visiting in the future.

DHS pays over $455K to build ‘security fencing’ around Biden’s beach home

The Department of Homeland Security doles out $455,000 to install a fence around President Biden’s summer house despite surging illegal border crossings.

Surveillance video shows Marine vet stop armed robbery

A Marine veteran is gaining attention after surveillance video showed him disarm an armed robber at an Arizona gas station. CNN affiliate KNXV reports.

Walmart recalls aromatherapy spray that contained deadly bacteria

Walmart is recalling an aromatherapy room spray that contained a dangerous bacteria, which can cause a fatal health condition, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Friday.

Atlanta police officer crashed into gate to get to motorist in ravine

An Atlanta police officer crashed police vehicle through a gate to get to a driver whose car fell 40 feet into a ravine, according to local reports.

Opinion: Biden’s problem is bigger than two unruly senators

Democratic Senators Kyrsten Sinema and Joe Manchin are dominating Capitol Hill. Given the 50-50 split in the Senate, Democrats can’t afford to lose a single vote on the budget reconciliation bill — and Sinema and Manchin are using that leverage to force huge concessions from the Biden administration.