I have been covering the migrant story for three weeks in Hungary, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia and Austria. I wanted to witness, and photograph, the biggest mass migration of people in Europe since WWII.
In the past, I’ve often scoffed at people who seem to live entirely through their smartphone. I have openly mocked the people who queue through the night to get the latest versions. I have smugly rolled
Technology rules the road. There are so many gadgets and features designed to take the stress out of driving and keep you safer on the street. Here are the Top 10 Cool Tech Gadgets coming to cars in 2015.
Modern-day Druids, pagans and other revellers gather at Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain to celebrate the first day of winter – otherwise known as the winter solstice, which is the shortest day and the longest
Starstruck Enjoy a weekly viewing guide to the holiday season's starry nights. Little Bear runs with meteors just in time for the week's holiday revels, as stargazers enjoy the moon going caroling with
Scientists estimate extent of plastic pollution amid mystery of where it's all going. A new study on the amount of plastic pollution floating around the world's oceans found a lot of garbage but fewer
The sixteenth phase of solid H2O has arrived. Water ice, the unlikely solid that is less dense than its liquid form, is already a thing that should not be. As temperatures drop below freezing, water molecules
A coming collision could let astronomers peek at the birth of a jumbo star. Twin monster stars are merging, astronomers report, in a confirmation of a long-held theory on how supermassive stars are born.