Prosecutors in South Korea are reportedly demanding the death penalty for the captain of a ferry that capsized and sank in April, killing more than 300 people.
If you missed the total eclipse of the moon in April, you might have another chance: Wednesday morning is the second of four lunar eclipses this year and next.
The group that calls itself the Islamic State has released a new video that purports to show a British man who says he is a journalist and a hostage of the militants.
Brazil stumbled early on, but came back to overpower rival Croatia in the group A preliminary round match in Sao Paulo at the opening of the FIFA World Cup 2014.
Harold Ramis, who was in the director’s chair for the comedies Groundhog Day and Caddyshack and was one of the stars of the Ghostbuster movies, has died. He was 69.
Remember, Curiosity is about the size of a Mini Cooper, but it’s equipped with six tires and an advanced system designed to climb hills. The issue here is that something could be hiding underneath the sand.
But the recently rediscovered “first Porsche in the world” — dubbed the P1 — was a technological marvel for its time. It “included a compact electric drive weighing 286 pounds,” writes the automotive news site Jalopnik, and could chug along at 22 mph.
There’s shock in the southern Russian city of Volgograd after what appears to have been the second suicide bombing in two days.
Congress voted to renew a ban on plastic firearms that can skirt airport detectors, but Republican lawmakers blocked efforts to tighten the restrictions.
Whether you know it as Veterans Day here in the U.S. or as Remembrance Day in Commonwealth countries, we think you’ll agree that something remarkable happened on this Nov. 11 in England.