The video is harrowing. It shows two women narrowly escaping death after a train is unable to come to a stop before running them over.
Based on documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, the paper reports the U.S. spy agency is collecting millions of pictures a day from emails, text messages, social media, videoconferences and other sources for a facial-recognition project.
French workers already enjoy a 35-hour workweek and at least five weeks of vacation. Now, many of them won’t have to check their work email after 6 p.m.
Some family members and friends of the 239 people who haven’t been heard from since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared Saturday say they’ve been calling their loved ones’ cellphones and hearing rings — though no one picked up the calls.
Pope Francis, in a wide-ranging interview with 16 Jesuit publications, says “the moral edifice of the church is likely to fall like a house of cards” if it continues to focus on narrow issues such as abortion, gay marriage and contraception.
Cosmologist Stephen Hawking, who has lived for years with the progressive and debilitating motor neuron condition known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, tells the BBC that he favors assisted suicide for people with terminal illnesses.
A construction worker has turned himself in to police in connection with Wednesday’s building collapse in Philadelphia.
In the chaos and mayhem that followed the Boston Marathon bombing, many people were frantic to learn the fate of friends and loved ones who were either in the race or watched it from the sidelines.
A SWAT team moved into a Suwanee, Ga. home, killing a suspect who was had been holding a group of firefighters hostage on Wednesday.