Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Using a new approach to DNA analysis, the 17th century bones of three African slaves have been traced to their countries of origin for the first time, researchers said Monday.
An incision from the surgeon's scalpel sends liquid oozing over the surface of a the lung, but on this occasion it doesn't matter if something goes wrong — the doctor can simply create another model with a 3D printer.
Monaco has royal parents of newborn twins, and the UK's Kate and William will soon have a second little prince, but will parenting two kids under 2 years old be a soul-draining, tear-inducing experience for them like it sometimes is for the rest of us?
Solar Impulse 2 headed to India Tuesday on the first sea crossing of its epic bid to become the first plane to fly around the world powered solely by the sun.
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
With its wings stretched wide to catch the sun's energy, a Swiss-made solar-powered aircraft took off from Abu Dhabi just after daybreak Monday in a historic first attempt to fly around the world without a drop of fossil fuel.
Four decades after the death of dictator Francisco Franco, Spain has not completely turned the page on his dictatorship as dozens of monuments honoring his regime are still scattered across the country.
The owners of a prize-winning Irish Setter who died after competing at the renowned Crufts dog show claimed on Sunday their dog had been poisoned at the British event.
More than two million migratory birds were killed in Cyprus last autumn to feed an illicit taste for the delicacy on the Mediterranean island, a conservationist group said Monday.
It was all about creature comforts at Paris Fashion Week Sunday, with Kenzo treating bleary-eyed guests to coffee and cookies and singer Lorde bathing in the new spring sun inside the Grand Palais.
The Apple Watch. CEO Tim Cook is expected to unveil the company's newest device and make the case for why it's a must-have gadget at a San Francisco event later Monday.