Tech & Science
This Week's Edition
Shot down? Crashed in the Southern Indian Ocean? Aliens?
Alien abduction? Stolen by Russia? What Happened to MH370?
A year on from the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, an extraordinary amount of key data remains unknown.
Gruesome Details Open Boston Bombing Trial
Clouds of smoke, improvised tourniquets and screams of pain were evoked in the first day of the Boston Marathon bombing trial.
Will Roberts Save Obamacare? He's Not Tipping His Hand
Roberts asked few questions, none revealing his view of the challenge to the crucial tax-credit subsidies that help low- and moderate-income people buy insurance.
Putin Says Nemtsov Murder Has 'Political Subtext'
The Kremlin has denied any involvement, saying that the killing was a “provocation” designed to discredit Putin.
Iran Nuclear Deal Could Be Close
”We are prepared to work round the clock in order to reach an agreement,” Mohammad Javad Zarif told NBC News.
Wanted: A Credible Response to Putin’s Nuclear Threat
Russia’s plan to launch nuclear strikes must be met head on by NATO.
Word For Word Theater Brings Alice Munro’s Stories to Life on Stage
Word For Word lives up to its name, bringing short stories to the stage
Ferguson Police, Courts Violated Minorities' Civil Rights, Justice Department Says
Michael Brown’s death prompted the investigation.
Abid Naseer Found Guilty in NYC Bomb Plot
Naseer was found guilty of supporting Al-Qaeda and conspiring to set off bombs.
ISIS Is Running Short of Recruits
Defeat on the battlefield and a wave of deserters is weakening the caliphate’s ability to fight.
U.S. Senate Fails to Override Obama Veto of Keystone XL Approval
The controversial project now awaits an administration decision on whether to permit or deny it.
Supreme Court Divided Over Obamacare Challenge
Justice Anthony Kennedy appeared to be the possible swing vote in a decision.
Obamas Launch ‘Let Girls Learn’ Education Initiative
"A good education can lift you from the most humble circumstances into a life you never could have imagined."
The Oscars Might Return to Five Best Picture Nominees
The Academy considers its policy of increasing the number of Best Picture nominees a failure, a report claims.
The Obamacare Legal Challenge: All You Need to Know
The verdict will test universal health care to the limit.
Al-Qaeda Losing ‘Deadly Competition’ With ISIS
The terror group’s popularity and support is waning, as rival groups become increasingly popular.
Ukip Immigration Points System 'Incompatible With EU Membership'
Stopping free movement of peoples incompatible with UK staying in EU, says MEP.
Harrods Takes ‘£1 in Every £5’ Spent by Chinese Tourists in UK
The famous London store appeals to Chinese tourists who are spending more on luxury goods.
BPA Is Fine, If You Ignore Most Studies About It
The FDA insists BPA is safe, despite all the science to the contrary.
Aleppo Blast Targets Government Intel HQ: Monitor
Rebels and security personnel are among the dead, according to reports.
New York City to Add Two Islamic Holidays to Public School Calendar
Mayor framed the plan as part of a larger effort to reach out to the city's Muslim communities.
No Justice Department Charges for Darren Wilson in Death of Brown
The Justice Department was unable to prove if Brown did or did not have his hands up at the time of the shooting.
How Much of a Threat Are Returning Jihadists?
Almost all the American Islamist fighters who went overseas ended up dead or in prison.
Did Industry Keep Oklahoma Silent About Quakes?
A state seismologist reportedly said an industry executive did "not allow" him to say certain things.
Mysterious Kazakhstan Sleeping Sickness ‘Could Spread’
Leading professor who studied the village for four years is concerned that the unidentified illness may escalate.
Pro Footballers Are Donating Their Brains to Science
Their brains will be used by researchers studying the impact of football concussions.
Putin to Visit Iran Soon, Says Tehran
According to a Russian parliamentary advisor, the trip could take place as soon as next month.
First Human Adaptation to Toxic Chemical Uncovered
People from the Argentinian Andes can metabolize arsenic more quickly than most.
Almost 1,000 Migrants Rescued Over 24 Hours in Mediterranean Boat Crossings
The North African migrants were on seven vessels which were rescued in a single day this week, Italian and Tunisian authorities said on Wednesday.