It was put on auction as the only camera that made it to the moon and back, and it had its price.
Australia’s Maritime Safety Authority said search planes returned Sunday from scouring the seas for possible wreckage from the missing Malaysian plane without any significant sightings.
Reinforced doors with keypad entries. Body scanners and pat-downs. Elaborate crew maneuvers when a pilot has to use the restroom. All those tactics are designed to keep dangerous people out of the cockpit. But what if the pilot is the problem?
Like other relatives of passengers of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Wang Zheng’s frustration and anger over a lack of any certain information about the fate of his loved ones continues to grow two weeks after the plane went missing.
U.S. intelligence agencies hacked into the email servers of Chinese tech giant Huawei five years ago, around the time concerns were growing in Washington that the telecommunications equipment manufacturer was a threat to U.S. national security, two newspapers reported Saturday.
As pro-Russian forces surrounded a Ukrainian-held air force base in Crimea, two lieutenants stood side-by-side and tied the knot.
Ukraine’s armed forces took what may prove to be one of their final stands Saturday in Crimea, as pro-Russian forces stormed and seized control of an air force base amid a barrage of gunfire and explosions.
Pope Francis named the initial members of a commission to advise him on sex abuse policy Saturday, signaling an openness to reach beyond church officials to plot the commission’s course and priorities: Half of the members are women, and one was assaulted by a priest as a child.
Search planes headed back out to a desolate patch of the southern Indian Ocean on Sunday in hopes of finding answers to the fate of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet, after China released a satellite image showing a large object floating in the search zone.
Pope Francis has a warning for Italy’s mobsters: They will go to hell if they don’t repent and renounce their “blood-stained money and blood-stained power.”
The clock is ticking as search teams scour the Indian Ocean and beyond for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 and its all-important flight data and voice recorders. Could the search for the so-called “black box” end up being for nothing?
Australian and American search planes crisscrossed a remote patch of the South Indian Ocean Friday near where Malaysian Flight 370 might have crashed two weeks ago, but there was no sign of two objects seen on satellite that may be pieces of the plane.
The search for Malaysian Flight 370 continues, but the search area is one of the most remote parts of the Indian Ocean.
Officials say rough weather is hampering the search for possible pieces of Malaysia Airlines jet.
The clock is ticking. Every second that passes diminishes the chance of finding missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, and finally learning what happened on-board.
Twelve days after Malaysian Air Flight 370 disappeared with 239 people aboard, there could be a breakthrough. Two objects seen by a satellite look like pieces of the plane.
Breaking News // Authorities are looking into whether an object picked up by satellite in the Indian Ocean is a piece of missing Malaysian Flight.
Australia’s prime minister said Thursday that two objects possibly related to the missing Malaysia Airlines flight have been spotted on satellite imagery in the Indian Ocean and an air force aircraft was diverted to the area to try to locate them.
The Crimea conflict is far from over, and the costs are starting to mount.
Russian President Putin claims Crimea is now part of Russia. Signs treaty to take over country.