October 31, 2014
"I still feel good enough and I still have enough joy and I still laugh and smile with my family and friends enough that it doesn't seem like the right time right now," Brittany Maynard says in a video released to CNN this week. "But it will come, because I feel myself getting sicker. It's happening each week."
Researchers probing the 1937 disappearance of famed American aviator Amelia Earhart's plane said they now believe a slab of aluminum found decades ago on an uninhabited island in the Pacific Ocean came from her aircraft.
An unmanned Antares rocket exploded seconds after lift off from a commercial launch pad in Virginia on Tuesday, a NASA TV broadcast has shown.
Britain is analyzing the latest video of British hostage John Cantlie released by the Islamic State (IS) yesterday, the Foreign Office said. The footage apparently shows Cantlie as a combat correspondent in the Syrian town of Kobani, near the Turkish border, forecasting IS victory despite waves of US airstrikes.
Dramatic footage showing police beating and kicking a pro-democracy protester in Hong Kong has fueled public outcry as security forces there mounted their toughest action against activists in more than a week.
British Prime Minister David Cameron was bundled into his official car by his bodyguards after a member of the public ran into him in what looked like a serious security breach, video footage showed.
President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner met at the Vatican with Pope Francis. In a two-hour lunch, both leaders discussed in private Argentina's affairs. Prior to their meeting, the Ms. Kirchner gave the pontiff some special gifts from his homeland Argentina.
A Syrian woman with a hidden camera filmed life in the city of Raqqa under the control of the Islamic State (IS).
Islamic State militants fighting in Iraq and Syria released a video that appears to show British journalist John Cantlie criticizing preparations for US-led attacks on the militant group.
A video of a woman suffering from Alzheimer's who recognizes her daughter has gone viral with around 950,000 people viewing the amazing moment online.
The Islamic State (IS) has launched what seems to be a new communicational strategy, announcing a “series of videos” to show “the truth” about the IS. In a footage entitled “Lend me your ears” British journalist John Cantlie -captured by the IS in 2012- delivers a case against “Western media” portrayal of the IS.
The wife of the armed robber that jumped into the spotlight last week as he was caught on camera when he tried to rob a Canadian tourist at gunpoint defended his husband and said he “fears for his life.”