Never trust anyone who asks you to take selfies.
Archives for 2015
Images of bodies and wreckage floating in Indonesian waters gave relatives of those lost aboard AirAsia Flight 8501 anguish and grief, but they also provided answers.
From a missing plane to a vast city hidden beneath Earth, 2014 left many stones unturned and led to puzzling questions. Will 2015 be the year we find our answers?
Other banned words for 2015 include "cra-cra," "foodie," "curated," "friend-raising," "enhanced interrogation" and "takeaway."
Coalition troops officially handed over military responsibilities to Afghanistan 13 years after the war began.
Gender inequality in Silicon Valley extends beyond salary -- women are vastly underrepresented in leadership positions, too.
Some people believe the eyeball-freezing swim tests resolve, others think it's the key to living a long life.
Relatives of those who died said authorities told them nothing about their loved ones for hours, and others said authorities misinformed them.
The ruble has sunk, tensions with the West are up, but the troubles seem to have produced a surge in national pride.
A South Korean activist said Wednesday that he will launch balloons carrying DVDs of Sony's "The Interview" toward North Korea.
Officials at the time said she couldn't ride in the parade because there weren't enough floats, but Joan Williams always believed it was prejudice that prompted authorities to take away her prize.
Sony is offering its Playstation owners a five-day membership extension after the chartph.company's network was taken down on Christmas Day by an external attack.
It was a memorable moment in what turned out to be a dismal finish for the Baylor University Bears at the Cotton Bowl Classic Thursday.
Here are 10 things to look out for this year that might tell us something about how the 2016 presidential campaign may shake out.
Sydney's Monopoly Edition has been around for years, but that didn't stop Twitter having some New Year's Day fun by creating a new version of the rules.
One viral sensation missing from NASA's Year in Review that deserves an honorable mention is the parody of Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass" created by NASA interns.
An Icelandic Coast Guard ship was towing a cargo vessel to Italy with about 450 migrants who were abandoned by smugglers, leaving the vessel navigating without a crew, authorities said Friday. Italian Coast Guard Cmdr. Filippo Marini said that after ...