A three-judge panel from the 7th US Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Dassey should be released unless the state of Wisconsin decides to retry him within 90 days or appeals to the US Supreme Court.
You may hate Upworthy's headlines. But they work. By the end of 2013, at least two news outlets said Upworthy was the fastest-growing media site of all time. But around November 2013, everything changed.
In a study of people from a variety of professions, dressmakers were found to have superior 3-D vision.
Though Chinese restaurants are now an American staple, during the late 1800s and early 1900s, some Americans staged a multipronged effort to shut them down.
Roy Lichtenstein's 1962 work "Masterpiece" became one of the 15 most expensive pieces of art known to have been sold after collector Agnes Gund sold it to billionaire hedge fund manager and art collector Steve Cohen.
Navalny, an opposition leader who was also arrested for organizing large anti-Putin protests in March, had called for national demonstrations on the holiday that marks Russia's formal emergence from the Soviet era in 1990.
Yes, the president has grown more unpopular, but Bill Clinton's and Gerald Ford's spectacular early term plunges dwarf Trump's dip.
A new book argues that the top 20 percent of Americans — those with six-figure incomes and above — dominate the best schools, live in the best-located homes and pass on the best futures to their kids.
The spacecraft is small — its instruments would fit into a refrigerator — but it's built to withstand temperatures of more than 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit, all the while maintaining room temperature inside the probe.
Some 300 people travel with the Ringling circus at any given time. Many fall in love, get married, have children. In some ways, it's a transient world — contracts end, the circus lineup rotates, and troupes are swapped out.
President Trump is now calling for North Korea to relinquish its nuclear arsenal, a step it says it will never take. In history, only one country has ever built its own nukes and then given them up: South Africa.
The lawsuit had been dismissed last August because of a change in state law. But an appeals court says the couple can still seek damages from the Kentucky clerk who denied them a marriage license.
In the nation that has been called "one of the most restrictive media environments in the world," watching YouTube got faster this week.
Airbus and Uber are planning for a future of flying cars and sky taxis. "You literally push a button and you get a flight," an Uber executive says. But will our Tomorrowland ever really arrive?
DoggoLingo is a rising language on the Internet that's full of cutesy suffixes and onomatopoeias. It might even change the way you talk to your pet.
When Javier Duarte stepped down from office last October, the former governor of Mexico's Veracruz state vowed to fight the mounting corruption allegations that unraveled his tenure. Then, Duarte disappeared.
The story of Martin Sostre, a revolutionary prisoner who challenged and changed the American prison system from his cell in solitary confinement.
The use of corporal punishment is on the decline, but at one high school in North Carolina, the principal paddles his students himself.
Alabama Governor Robert Bentley has resigned after pleading guilty to abusing his office, allegedly to conceal an affair with a political adviser.
Former CEO John Stumpf "was too slow" to realize the risk of sales practices, the bank's board says. The scandal also brought an $185 million punishment from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.