A spacecraft that touched down on Mars ten days ago to conduct experiments and measure 'marsquakes' has recorded the first ever sounds of Martian winds. NASA's InSight Lander captured a low rumble caused
[What you need to know to start your day: Get New York Today in your inbox.] Representative Claudia Tenney, a first-term Republican who aligned her re-election campaign to President Trump, has lost her
Like it or not, Europe’s refugee crisis had a massive political impact. And it’s still being felt. The Guardian published an interview with Hillary Clinton last week that either signaled her intention
At a ceremony in Paris on Sunday to commemorate the end of World War I, world leaders made impassioned pleas for global cooperation, with several making forceful denouncements against rising forces of
Scores of Czechoslovakians were killed in Prague after Soviet Union cracked down on anti-communist protesters in 1968. Prague, Czech Republic - Fifty years ago Soviet tanks rolled into Czechoslovakia violently
A new documentary about 'The King' finds links between Elvis Presley and the decline of the American Dream - Los Angeles
Eugene Jarecki doesn’t do small stories. The documentary director calls himself “a big-game hunter,” confidently tackling the sort of big abstract concepts and systems that don’t seem to lend themselves
The Trump administration's moves hit Harley-Davidson with a 'triple whammy' that made them decide to shift production outside
• President Donald Trump attacked Harley-Davidson over its decision to shift some of its motorcycle production out of the US.• But many of Trump's policies helped contribute to Harley-Davidson's decision.•
And build hope for people with visual impairments. Newcastle University researchers have devised a groundbreaking experimental technique that could help millions on the corneal transplant waiting list.
LONDON (Reuters) - A Turkish vessel carrying wheat to Yemen this month was hit by a rocket or missile and more attacks on merchant ships are likely due to a spillover of the conflict, a senior European
Schools are removing analogue clocks from examination halls because teenagers are unable to tell the time, a head teachers’ union has said. Teachers are now installing digital devices after pupils sitting
Open this photo in gallery When George and Shirley Brickenden tell the story of how they met, it’s like watching a charming little play unfold – one the couple might have workshopped for seven decades.