Saturday, July 11, 2020
At least 384 people in Mexico have died from earthquakes this month. A magnitude 6.2 earthquake shook southern Mexico on Saturday and spread alarm in the capital, where rescuers temporarily suspended a search for survivors of a bigger tremor earlier...
A name change for McDonald's in China has left some diners with a funny taste in their mouths. The U.S. fast-food giant has changed its official business name in the country, ditching the previous one -- Maidanglao, a Chinese rendering...
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) issued a warning against the hazards of cellphone radiation this week. Yes, the thing we are all addicted to and can’t seem to put down is leaking electromagnetic radiation and now California has some...
It has been a turbulent year for many leaders across the globe, and while some benefited from 2017's geopolitical twists and turns, others suffered a series of setbacks. CNN's international correspondents give their assessments on which world leaders are up and...
As the U.S. cracks down on North Korea, Russia is giving the rogue state a cyber lifeline. Russian state-owned company TransTeleCom has provided a new internet connection to Kim Jong Un's regime, according to North Korea monitoring project 38 North....
Get ready for extra screening. Getting through airport security can take forever, but four little letters on your boarding pass are a clue you’re in for even more screening. Some passengers on flights within or bound for the U.S. may find “SSSS” printed on their boarding...
Bees apparently have a grasp of basic math, including addition and subtraction, a new study has discovered. The study, published in Science Advances, reveals that bees have incredibly powerful brains for their size and suggests that more animals than we...
Back in the optimistic early days of space exploration, everyone thought it was a great idea to offer aliens a chart telling them how to find Earth. But now the man who sent four maps into deep space fears this...
An underwater robot has captured what is believed to be the first images of melted nuclear fuel deposits inside Japan's stricken Fukushima nuclear plant, its operator Tepco says. Large amounts of solidified lava-like rocks and lumps in layers were seen...
A quarter of the federal government will likely begin the new year out of work or working without pay. For the 380,000 federal employees on furlough and the other 420,000 working without pay, this means it’s time to start making...

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