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As the United States races to put humans back on the moon for the first time in nearly 50 years, a NASA-funded lab in Colorado aims to launch robots there first to build telescopes that will look far into our galaxy and remotely operated by astronaut
If it cooks like a steak, smells like a steak and tastes like a steak, it must be a steak - but one that is not from a cow's body but is grown in the lab of an Israeli start-up.
The World Health Organization warned on Monday that the first-detected Ebola case in Democratic Republic of Congo's eastern city of Goma could be a game changer in the scale of the outbreak.
Fears of a widespread immigration crackdown over the weekend galvanized protests and calls for resistance by pro-immigrant groups and Democratic elected officials.
British retailer Sports Direct has delayed publishing its annual results, warning problems integrating its purchase of House of Fraser stores and increased scrutiny of its accounts could affect the financial guidance it gave in December.
Bitcoin slumped more than 10% over the weekend to a two-week low as fears of a crackdown of cryptocurrencies grew on mounting scrutiny of Facebook's planned Libra digital coin. Francis Maguire reports
Former South African president Jacob Zuma has told a public inquiry into state corruption that he is a victim of a conspiracy by those who sought to oust him from power.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said on Monday protesters who clashed with police on the weekend were rioters, a legally loaded term in the city, and she supported the police in upholding the law and seeking perpetrators.
The U.S. may approve licenses for companies to re-start new sales to Huawei in as little as two weeks, according to a senior U.S. official.
China's economic growth slowed to 6.2% in the second quarter, its weakest pace in at least 27 years, as demand at home and abroad faltered in the face of mounting U.S. trade pressure.
As Britain prepares to carry out its own trade negotiations for the first time in decades, the government has launched a scheme to recruit and train up school leavers as future trade experts.
England fans were ecstatic after their cricket team beat New Zealand in an dramatic match that may go down as one of the most nail-biting in the sport's history. The team ended their 44-year wait for a 50-overs World Cup title by a tiebreaker.
India delayed its Chandrayaan-2 moon launch with less than an hour to go before liftoff. The mission, if successful, would help India's aspirations to catch up with global space leaders the United States and China, and put it in a better position to
U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday told a group of mostly American-born Democratic congresswomen to "go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came." Linda So reports.
President Donald Trump pulled out of the Iran nuclear pact to spite Barack Obama, according to Britain's Mail on Sunday, citing the former UK ambassador to Washington.
Tens of thousands rallied in Hong Kong on Sunday driven by deep-seated anger at the government’s handling of an extradition bill, which has revived fears of Beijing attempting to erode freedoms in the former British colony.
The invasion of lionfish, a predatory fish normally found in the waters of the Pacific and Indian oceans, is pushing environmentalists in Lebanon to urge fishermen to catch it and locals to eat it.
Hurricane Barry weakened to a tropical storm as it made landfall in Louisiana on Saturday, after a westward shift that appeared to spare low-lying New Orleans from the massive flooding feared earlier this week. Nathan Frandino has more.