Monday, November 17, 2014
There should be a sign here reading “Please don't step on the sea lions.” That was my first thought as my 11 fellow passengers and I prepared to disembark from a Zodiac raft on the first day of our Galapagos Islands cruise.
One of Napoleon's famous two-pointed bicorne hats is due to go under the hammer on Sunday at an auction near Paris.
Long considered “too fluffy” for serious lawyers, fashion law has emerged in recent years as one of the most lucrative — and occasionally absurd — new battlegrounds for the legal profession.
Sunday, November 16, 2014
Europe's science probe Philae sent home a treasure trove of data from a comet heading towards the Sun before falling silent as its power ran out, mission control said Saturday.
Lost for half a century, historic photographs of Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara taken by an AFP photographer shortly after his execution have come to light in a small Spanish town.
Cat lovers in the San Francisco Bay area are pouncing at the chance of spending time with feline company at a new cat cafe.
A seal with a fondness for New Jersey beaches — and the food-sharing fishermen and beachgoers that come with them — is headed for Detroit after becoming a little too friendly with the locals.
Saturday, November 15, 2014
Yushan, the tallest peak in Taiwan, saw the first snow of the season early Friday as abundant moisture and low temperatures caused by strong seasonal winds swept across the area.
Europe's comet lander Philae has come to rest in the shadow of a cliff, posing a potential problem for its solar panels, scientists said Thursday as they published the first image ever taken from the surface of a comet.
Lightning has the power to spark wildfires and kill, and scientists said Thursday that climate change may lead to 50 percent more of it by century's end.