In the wake of Republican Will Gardner's decision to withdraw from the Secretary of State's race, incumbent Al Jaeger says he will run for re-election as an Independent in the November general election.
Through painstaking DNA analysis and forensic detective work, the remains of a Wilton, ND man killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor more than 70 years ago have been identified, and the sailor will be buried with honors later this month. Navy Radioman 2nd Class Walter H. Backman was serving on the U.S.S. Oklahoma when Japanese aircraft began a surprise attack on American military ships moored at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941.
If you smell kiwi, strawberry, watermelon or a host of other flavors when you receive a package or put a stamp on a package, you're not crazy. The U.S. Postal Service is releasing a series of scratch and sniff postal stamps June 20.
Tens of thousands of women say they suffered painful and serious side-effects from Essure, a medical device meant as a permanent birth control option. The device is the subject of nearly 27,000 complaints to the FDA since its approval in 2002. Women reported excessive pain, severe allergic reactions and, in some cases, perforated organs.
The two mountain bikers did what they were supposed to do when they noticed a mountain lion tailing them on a trail east of Seattle: They got off their bikes. They faced the beast, shouted and tried to spook it. After it charged, one even smacked the cougar with his bike, and it ran off. It wasn't enough, authorities said.