The $30 million in prizes won by various teenage Fortnite players may make some parents reconsider berating their kids for "sitting around playing Fortnite all day."
The boy's mother was also pushed onto the tracks at Frankfurt's main station. She was able to escape.
Participants of Red Bull "flight day" competition took their chances on Sunday, July 28th to entertain themselves and the spectators gathered at a Moscow canal with colourful costumes and quirky attempts to make their machines fly.
First Read is your briefing from "Meet the Press" and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.
The data covers, to the best of our knowledge, every Democratic presidential primary exit poll conducted by national media organizations since 1976.
The former first lady came to the race as the front-runner in the polls, but that's not how it ended.
"My message is transcending ancient barriers. Whites all over the country have opened their hearts to me," the candidate said.
The Arkansas governor emerged as the national front-runner, but his candidacy was imperiled by a series of scandals.
The national political atmosphere was charged. A country still traumatized by 9/11 found itself divided by the invasion of Iraq.
The allegiance of black voters was in question, and a geographic divide emerged.
A decade after the Voting Rights Act, millions of black Americans remained unregistered to vote.
Among black leaders, support for a black candidacy was far from universal.
NBC News has assembled for the first time a record of the black vote for each competitive Democratic presidential campaign since exit polling began.
If there is one historic Angolan figure every visitor to Angola should know it's Agostinho Neto, Angola's first president.
As the two Americans remain in Italian prison, mourners gather in Rome on Monday to pay their respects to killed officer Mario Cerciello Rega.
Separate reports from the UK’s CBI and the Institute for Government contain detailed advice for Boris Johnson’s new administration.
In just 7 months we have used our natural resources for the year
Hong Kong police on Sunday used rubber bullets and tear gas canisters to disperse hundreds of protesters from Hong Kong's Sheung Wan district