French presidential contender Emmanuel Macron?s unique love story
Wildfires Rage in Drought-Stricken Florida, Force Thousands from Homes
Paris station panic as man arrested with knife
Armed police arrested a man carrying a knife at Paris's Gare du Nord station Saturday, sparking panic at the international transport hub just days after the jihadist killing of a policeman. Police sources said that "travellers" pointed out the individual wielding a knife to passing police on patrol, who immediately arrested him. No one was injured in the incident at Paris's main international terminus and the man offered no resistance to his arrest.
Human rights advocate found stabbed to death in the Maldives
CNN?s Camerota: ?Roger Ailes did sexually harass me?
The ?New Day? host revealed Sunday that the former Fox News chief propositioned her early in her career at the top-rated cable news network. Ailes, through his attorney, called the claims ?unsubstantiated and false.?
Abu Sayyaf militants behead kidnapped Philippine soldier: army
A Filipino soldier kidnapped last week in the southern Philippines by Abu Sayyaf militants was found beheaded, the military said on Sunday, hours after government troops killed three more members of the Islamic State-linked group in a clash elsewhere. The head of Sergeant Anni Siraji of the Army's 32nd Infantry Battalion was found 50 meters away from his body in Patikul town in Sulu, Brigadier General Cirilito Sobejana, commander of the Joint Task Force Sulu, said. Sobejana said Siraji was probably abducted and executed because of his involvement in peace initiatives in Sulu.
Tad Cummins' Family Reacts To His Arrest
Flight Attendant Suspended After Confrontation On Video
Even penguins marched (well, waddled) for science
What's better than clever protest signs? Protest penguins. On Saturday, as thousands of people joined the March for Science worldwide, a group of penguins waddled in solidarity at the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California. The aquarium shared the "March of the Penguins for Science" via Facebook Live. The post had nearly 1.7 million views by mid-afternoon on Sunday. The March for Science movement was born in response to President Donald Trump's "clear anti-science actions," organizers said in January. The Trump administration has vowed to slash funding and staffing for federal scientific agencies. Top officials have repeatedly expressed hostility and skepticism toward robust, peer-reviewed, widely accepted research ? including the scientific consensus on human-driven climate change. SEE ALSO: The science march is about 'hope' for a fact-based future But the fear that science and reason are under attack isn't confined to the United States. On April 22 ? Earth Day ? scientists and their supporters showed up at more than 500 events around the world, from the North Pole all the way down to the real land of the penguins: Antarctica. Das war der #marchforscience in Ny-Ålesund #ArktisFotos: Rodolphe Merceron/AWIPEV pic.twitter.com/5frqKER212 ? AWI Medien (@AWI_de) April 22, 2017 A team of German researchers with the Alfred Wegener Institute braved below-freezing temperatures to carry pro-science signs and bang drums across the icy Antarctic landscape. In one photo, they held a sign with a quote from Marie Curie, the Nobel Prize-winning chemist. It read, "Nothing in life is to be feared. It is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more so that we may fear less." WATCH: Penguin gets custom wetsuit to keep her warm
Best animal friendships
They really are friends fur-ever! These adorable animals have struck up the most unlikely friendships in the animal kingdom. From a pig and a cat to a baby goat and a dog, these are companions you never thought you?d see.