Recently-released satellite images show the Earth’s tectonic plates sliding against each other during the powerful 7.1-magnitude earthquake that caused a fissure within the Little Lake fault zone in Southern California’s Indian Wells Valley area on July 5.
Since the election of Donald Trump in 2016, the US government has followed a policy of attempting to reverse the alleged disproportionate levels of trade towards partners such as China, Japan, and the European Union.
Two pedestrians walking in a crosswalk in San Francisco, California, on Sunday were struck by 21-year-old Kelsey Mariah Cambridge after she ran a red light in a rented Tesla vehicle.
A day after the Beijing liaison office in Hong Kong was attacked and defaced by protesters, news broke that the People’s Liberation Army held drills in nearby Guangdong Province rehearsing its response to an urban uprising.
A woman in Garden City, Georgia, was arrested Monday after firing a gunshot inside a local McDonald’s because her french fries were cold.
Celebrity photographer Marcus Hyde, who has worked in the past with Kim Kardashian and Ariana Grande, has been accused of offering a model a photoshoot for free – for her own nude photographs.
Late last week, the Pentagon claimed that a US warship in the Strait of Hormuz had destroyed an Iranian drone after it came within "threatening range." Iran denied the claims, calling US statements "quite a big lie" and saying the US might have downed one of their own drones by mistake.
Many major national space agencies are currently looking to utilise the resource of the Moon and its shadowed craters through the development of new technologies. NASA has previously used "moon buggies" on the final three Apollo moon missions, in 1971 and 1972, respectively, and plans to have astronauts on the Moon's south pole by 2024.