259 people have died while taking photos of themselves in the last 6 years, exceeding those killed by sharks this year, according to a new study — and scientists are warning that we need ‘no-selfie zones’.Read More...
Abstract marks made in ochre 73,000 years ago provide unique insight into minds of our distant ancestors.
Since its opening in June, Vietnam’s Golden Bridge Cau Vang has been attracting crowds of tourists willing to see the unique piece of architecture lifted up by a pair of giant hands.
Lava flows that have been cascading into the sea have formed a brand new, tiny island off the coast of Hawaii after a crater at Mount Kilauea exploded with the force of a 5.2-magnitude earthquake.
Fifty years after Martin Luther King called for a march to Washington, D.C., to draw attention to poverty in America, the Poor People’s Campaign is being revived. Led by the Rev. William Barber, marches from across the nation will again head to the nation’s capital on June 23.
Photos from around the world reveal the extent of man-made climate change.
A trainee pilot was forced to make a death-defying emergency landing of a Cessna 172 aircraft near Hamilton Avenue and Magnolia Street in Huntington Beach, California, just before 5pm Friday.
In the new RT documentary Coups R US, prominent American journalist Stephen Kinzer examines the rationale and impact of Washington’s interventions, from complacent colonialism in Hawaii to regime change in Libya.
The modest targets set in the Paris Agreement on climate change are ambitious but necessary. Though nonbinding, failure to meet them will lead to widespread drought, disease and desperation in some of the world’s poorest…
With the present-day massacre of Palestinians by Israeli snipers along the border fence with Gaza, this 2002 film by renowned journalist and filmmaker John Pilger tells a timeless truth.