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How researchers found a 300-year-old ship that sank with $17 billion in treasure

How researchers found a 300-year-old ship that sank with $17 billion in treasure


Trying to find the San José has often been called the "holy grail of shipwrecks"

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Astronaut Buzz Aldrin is suing two of his children, accusing them of misusing his credit cards and slandering him by saying he has dementia.

In a milestone for medical marijuana products, the FDA granted federal approval for a prescription epilepsy medication containing CBD

WATCH LIVE: Procession underway for #LongBeach Fire Capt. Dave Rosa, fatally shot while responding to report of explosion at senior housing facility

There is little reason to think Mr Erdogan will stop hounding opponents, muzzling the press or picking fights with the West

Police have made arrests in connection with last week's fatal stabbing of 15-year-old Lesandro Guzman-Ortiz outside a Bronx bodega

With the 2018 @FIFAWorldCup airing on FOX 11, watch the FOX 11 News at Noon with @MarlaTellez and @bobbydtv here:

Possible abduction: this is the neighborhood where @WJPD_PIO say a man may have tried to abduct 8yr old girl #KUTV2News

BREAKING: U.S. health regulators on Monday approved the first prescription drug made from marijuana, a milestone that could spur more research into a drug that remains illegal under federal law, despite growing legalization for recreational and medical use

A killdeer laid its eggs in the middle of a cobblestone path near the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa. The protected bird's nest is on the site of the main stage of Bluesfest, which starts July 5.

Theaster Gates and the art of the Black Madonna

WATCH: World Cup fans for Senegal and Japan sing together after tied game -- proving good sportsmanship is stronger than competitiveness.

Police arrested a man suspected of cutting off his pregnant wife's arm during a dispute in Brooklyn.

His goal is to mow lawns for the elderly, disabled, single mothers and veterans. He hopes to inspire kids around the country to do the same in their own towns.

An Arizona pharmacist refused to fill a doctor ordered prescription to end a pregnancy that would result in a stillbirth, which is legal by Arizona state law

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