Karwai Tang/Getty Images(LONDON) — Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, visited Wimbledon Tuesday, but she may attending the famed tournament in the future to watch her son, Prince George, play. Duchess Kate told friends Katie Boulter and Anne
bennymarty/iStock(GUANA CAY, Bahamas) — A Florida man was bitten by a shark while snorkeling in the Bahamas on the Fourth of July, according to police. The 32-year-old Fort Lauderdale man was in the waters off Nippers Beach
bauhaus1000/iStock(NEW YORK) — Billionaire coal executive Chris Cline was killed in a helicopter crash in the Bahamas on Thursday. Cline, who founded the Cline Group and later Foresight Energy and built himself into one of the preeminent
ABC News(TEHRAN, Iran) — Sara Alirezaei was riding a bright orange bike along one of Tehran’s main, tree-lined boulevards when a male flower seller noticed her labored breathing and offered a word of encouragement: “Don’t be scared.
iStock/tupungato(LONDON) — Auction house Christie’s has “violated international treaties and conventions” by selling almost two dozen Egyptian artifacts in London, Egyptian authorities claim. Christie’s sold more than 20 pieces on July 3, including a limestone bust of
iStock/pixinoo(LONDON) — A new independent report claims that 81% of suspects flagged by facial recognition technology used by London’s Metropolitan Police were innocent. The study was commissioned by Scotland Yard and researchers from the University of Essex.
MaRabelo/iStock(NEW YORK) — The Stromboli volcano on an island off the southern coast of Italy erupted violently with little warning Wednesday, sending an enormous cloud of ash two kilometers high and volleys of small pieces of lava
KSENIYA GAPONKO/AFP/Getty Images(MOSCOW) — The Russian military submarine where 14 sailors were killed in a fire is a top secret vessel and will not be identified, the Kremlin said. Russian media reports have increasingly suggested that it