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The radiation emitted by black holes is too faint to detect in space, but physicists have thought up very creative ways to measure it in a lab.
"Special counsel [Robert] Mueller has provided this committee with a road map," the former Nixon White House counsel told House Judiciary Committee Monday.
2019 Women's World Cup: Canada beat Cameroon 1-0
According to press reports, auditors said John Kelly told them to produce upbeat reports about FEMA's response to disasters, including Hurricane Sandy.
We have the potential to lead many countries by example — but only if we continue our tradition of starting the conversation.
The review will determine whether the counter intelligence investigation complied with the law, DOJ told lawmakers.
The arrest last week of Russian investigative journalist Ivan Golunov has caused widespread outcry amid allegations of a set-up by law enforcement
It was an uninspiring contest but one for the history books
New York Fire Department says a helicopter crashed into a building in midtown Manhattan.
The lock was given by Beethoven to a collaborator after the composer's servants tried to fob him off with goat's hair.
The gathering in Tel Aviv featured the latest innovations in vegan food, clothing and lifestyle.
The announcement comes a day before the House is set to vote on a civil contempt resolution to enforce committee subpoenas.
The former Virginia attorney general, who will serve as acting director, could have a hard time winning Senate confirmation if nominated to the job on a permanent basis.
Germany is leading European efforts to ease tensions between the United States and Iran, and to rescue Tehran's agreement over its nuclear programme
A cruise liner was blocked by small boats for up to 6 hours.
Moldova's would-be prime minister has told Euronews she wants the EU to help save democracy in her country, in the grip of a constitutional crisis as two rival governments accuse each other of usurping power.
Portugal were crowned first ever UEFA Nations League winners, narrowly edging past the Netherlands with a solitary second half goal by Gonçalo Guedes
Gun control advocates say silencers make it harder for first responders to pinpoint the source of gunfire and lead victims to think the sound is coming from farther away.
Jupiter's four largest moons will be visible with binoculars tonight as the planet reaches its closest point to Earth this year
Boris Johnson is favourite to win the race to become the new leader of the Conservative Party, though main rival Jeremy Hunt is battling dynamically
The group of climate change activists called "Smash Cruisehit" took action this Sunday in the port of Kiel, Germany in protest of the damages caused by cruises to the environment.
Cruise brands run by Carnival Corporation emitted nearly 10 times more sulphur oxide air pollution around European coasts than all of the continent's 260 million cars in 2017, a new analysis has claimed.
The case involved Moath Hamza Ahmed al-Alwi, a man from Yemen captured by Pakistani forces and accused of being one of Osama bin Laden's bodyguards.
Russia police say they have dropped a criminal case against an investigative journalist amid claims he was framed.
Greek PM Alexis Tsipras announced early general elections after his Syriza-led government suffered big defeats in European, local and municipal elections
Initially asked if he thought the tech giants should be broken up, Trump said, "Well, I can tell you they discriminate against me."
Michael Gove is 'in it to win it' as he lays down gauntlet to Boris Johnson.
The 73rd Tony Awards saw a host of extraordinary outfits, but did any steal the show for their sustainable credentials?
The self-described "Educator, Global Citizen, Explorer" also coached the men's basketball team at the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani.
The ship, recently resorted to the tune of 1.5 million euros, was believed to have been the last active wooden ship in Hamburg