'Hazardous Situation' Found In Ravaged NYC Building Last Year
March 29 2015 4:28 AM EDT
Utility workers reportedly discovered dangerous gas-line connections there in August, and they suspected somebody was illegally tapping a line.
Astronauts Arrive On Space Station For Longest ISS Mission
March 28 2015 3:07 AM EDT
The mission will study the effects of prolonged exposure to a weightless environment, ahead of mooted manned missions to Mars.
Pilot Told Ex-Girlfriend He Wanted To Be 'Remembered': Report
March 28 2015 1:10 AM EDT
Andreas Lubitz's former girlfriend told a German newspaper that he told her he wanted to do something that would "change the whole system."
Facebook Plans Giant Drones To Enhance Internet Connectivity
March 27 2015 5:47 AM EDT
The unmanned aircraft will be solar powered and have a wingspan greater than that of a Boeing 737.
San Francisco Jail Inmates Forced Into 'Gladiator-Style' Fights: Lawyer
March 27 2015 3:10 AM EDT
A city public defender has alleged that at least four guards were involved in forcing inmates to fight while they bet on the outcome.
'Significant Clue' Found In Apartment Of Germanwings Co-Pilot
March 26 2015 9:45 PM EDT
Officers wouldn't specify the exact nature of the discovery, but did confirm that it wasn't a suicide note.
Foxconn Fighting To Keep Millions In Chinese Subsidies
March 26 2015 3:00 AM EDT
China is cracking down on financial incentives offered by provincial governments to attract investment, amid an economic slowdown.
Bergdahl Outlines Torture Endured In Taliban Captivity
March 26 2015 12:24 AM EDT
The Army Sergeant was kept in a cage, beaten and threatened with execution, according to an account released by his attorney.
At Least 17 Civilians Killed By Saudi Airstrikes In Yemen
March 25 2015 9:37 PM EDT
A Saudi official said the country "will do anything necessary" to protect Yemen's government while the U.S. agreed to provide logistical support to the Saudi operation.
Shiite Rebels Seize Yemen's Third-Largest City
March 22 2015 5:54 AM EDT
The rebels are reportedly backed by supporters of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh. The action is pushing the country closer to a full-scale war.
Tunisia Releases Video Showing Museum Gunmen During Attack
March 22 2015 3:40 AM EDT
The attack on the Bardo National Museum that killed 25 was the deadliest terrorist offensive in the country since a 2002 suicide bombing.
Paris Introduces Major Traffic Restrictions To Cut Smog
March 22 2015 12:47 AM EDT
Half of Paris' cars will be banned from its roadways Monday, after the city's air briefly became the most polluted in the world last week.
Judge Orders US To Release Photos Of Military Detainee Abuse
March 21 2015 3:52 AM EDT
The ruling has been stayed for 60 days to allow the government to consider an appeal, in a case that has dragged on for more than a decade.
Final Score Of The 2014 World Cup: FIFA 1, Brazil 0
March 21 2015 1:26 AM EDT
While international soccer's governing body saw billions in World Cup-driven revenue in 2014, host Brazil was deeply in the red.
US To 'Reassess' Protecting Israel At UN
March 20 2015 12:56 AM EDT
The White House was angered by the Israeli leader's comments suggesting he would block the creation of a Palestinian state while in office.
Kim Poised To Flaunt Power At Parliament Meeting
March 19 2015 11:21 PM EDT
The legislature is a rubber-stamp body, but the meeting is a chance for Kim Jong Un to make changes in the state's leading organs.
Amazon Gets FAA Approval To Test Delivery Drones
March 19 2015 9:33 PM EDT
The company can pursue development of delivery drone technology, but regulations still mean that delivery-by-robot is unlikely anytime soon.
Chinese Politicians Sanctioned Over Pet Tigers
March 19 2015 6:01 AM EDT
An undercover tiger-breeding ring was uncovered after a cub jumped to its death from the top of a high-rise building in China.
'America's Toughest Sheriff' Admits Violating Federal Court Order
March 19 2015 3:34 AM EDT
The Maricopa County sheriff admitted violating a ruling that barred him from detaining people on suspicion that they were in the U.S. illegally.
'Wise Hunters' Will Nail 'Crafty Foxes'
March 19 2015 1:45 AM EDT
China has employed diplomacy, and more unorthodox measures, to secure the return of fugitives who have fled abroad.