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Astronomer Steve Finkelstein explains why the "blood moon" glows red.
U.S. officials say a Russian fighter jet made a dozen low-altitude passes on the USS Donald Cook in the Black Sea.
Amid violence towards the country's Muslim minority, the revered human rights icon has largely kept her silence.
Al Qaeda-influenced attacks in the U.S. aren't as deadly as those by far-right extremists, say experts.
Will Ripley on what's involved in the underwater search for MH370 with the deployment of an autonomous underwater vehicle.
Analyst David Gallo helps explain the current process of searching for MH370 with the underwater vehicle, Bluefin-21.
Panama's ruling party presidential candidate and an opposition challenger are in a dead heat ahead of the Central American country's May 4 vote, a poll showed on Monday. Jose Arias, from the ruling Democratic Change (CD)party, and Juan Navarro, from the moderate left opposition Democratic Revolution Party (PRD), both won 32 percent support in a poll by Ipsos and Canal 13. The country's current vice president, Juan Varela, took 26 percent in the poll. Varela broke with current President Ricardo Martinelli and ran on the ticket of the Panamenista Party.
Go to the theater? Visit his hometown? Drink like an Elizabethan? Six ways to propose a birthday toast to the bard.
Bontá mia! An Australian chef takes home top honors at the Pizza World Championships in Italy.
Glass, Google's high-profile entry into the world of wearable tech, may help launch a revolution if it's released later this year as expected. But test models already on the street have begun playing a more unlikely role -- as symbols in a simmering fight over Silicon Valley's impact on the city of San Francisco.
The United Nations and international human rights groups joined a growing call on Monday urging the Iranian government to call off the impending execution of a 26-year-old woman convicted of murder.