New climate change models developed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change are causing some concern among scientists, as they show a much faster pace of global warming to much higher temperatures than previous models - and scientists aren’t sure why.
With Easter and Passover just around the corner, a new survey conducted by consulting company Gallup reveals that church memberships are at an all-time low in the US.
In a strange twist of fate, part of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) has been used to cure the so-called “bubble boy” disease, a condition in which the body develops no immune system on its own. A gene editing procedure modifies the patient’s blood stem cells with the virus and reinserts them into the bone marrow, curing the illness.
Miss Costa, a large female great white shark tagged by research company OCEARCH in September 2016, recently shocked monitors when the sub-adult fish made a rare appearance in Gulf waters near the Florida coast.
Beginning July 15, commercial porn websites will be required, as part of the UK Digital Economy Act’s updated regulations, to block British users’ access to explicit content until their ages can be proven via a verification system.
On Thursday, a German chief prosecutor charged a 92-year-old man from Hamburg identified by the German outlet Die Welt as Bruno Dey with assisting in the murders of 5,230 Jewish prisoners during his tenure as a guard at the Stutthof concentration camp during World War II.
"I'd like to see more films made in China reaching out to the world," said American director Rob Minkoff, jury president at the main competition of the 2019 Beijing International Film Festival.
The photograph led PolitiFact to claim that the image of “two smiling men”, who were allegedly doctored into the picture, was used to promote speculation about Muslim involvement in the Notre Dame fire.