Chinese-born scientist accused of stealing trade secrets from Coca-Cola

(NEW YORK) -- Shannon You, a Chinese-born scientist, has been accused by the Department of Justice of stealing almost $120 million worth of trade secrets last year from The Coca-Cola Company.

A... Read More

Alleged US Air Force defector walked into Iranian spy recruiting ground

(NEW YORK) -- More than a year before she allegedly defected, U.S. Air Force counterintelligence officer Monica Witt attended a film conference in Iran – an event that U.S. officials and former intelligence officers said was likely a recruiting... Read More

Prince William visits men's mental health charities in London

(LONDON) -- The Duke of Cambridge visited projects close to his heart in London on Thursday, showing his support for charities focused on men’s mental health and well-being.

First, Prince William visited patrons of the Pall Mall Barb... Read More

Shamima Begum, U.K. teen who joined ISIS in 2015, 'wants to come home'

(LONDON) -- When three teenagers missing from East London were found to have left to join ISIS in Syria in February 2015, security camera images from London's Gatwick Airport were a stark emblem of ISIS' potential to influence young people abroad.Read More

At least two Americans killed in Kenya plane crash

(LONDON) -- Five people, including at least two Americans, were killed when their small plane crashed in Kenya's Great Rift Valley region on Wednesday, officials said.

The Kenya Civil Aviation Authority on Wednesday morning received a dist... Read More

Duchess Kate attends 100 Women in Finance’s gala dinner

(LONDON) -- Duchess Kate hit the town Wednesday night for the 100 Women in Finance's gala dinner.

The mom of three wore a blush-pink Gucci dress accessorized with a maroon velvet clutch and belt, as well as dangly earrings.

Wedn... Read More

Rare black leopard caught on camera for first time in 100 years

(NEW YORK) -- A photographer has captured high-quality images of a rare black leopard at a wilderness camp in Africa.

Wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas wrote in a Read More

Venezuela standoff extends to oil sector as questions swirl over humanitarian aid

(CARACAS, Venezuela) -- Venezuela’s growing parallel opposition government extended its reach to the all-important oil sector on Wednesday when the country’s National Assembly moved to appoint new boards of directors to the state oil comp... Read More

After another human foot washes ashore in Canada, officials ask for help

(NEW YORK) -- Human feet have been eerily washing up on shorelines across Canada's westernmost province for over a decade.

On Monday, the British Columbia Coroners Service appealed for the public's help in identifying the latest foot, whic... Read More

DOJ charges former Air Force counterintelligence agent with spying for Iran

(WASHINGTON) -- The Justice Department announced on Wednesday that it has charged a former U.S. Air Force counterintelligence specialist with spying for Iran and helping that country target her former American colleagues.

Monica Witt, 39, ... Read More

NASA ends mission for Mars rover, Opportunity, after 15 years

(NEW YORK) -- NASA has ended the mission for its Mars rover Opportunity after it spent 15 years roaming the red planet.

Opportunity went silent on June 10 after a massive dust storm covered the planet, according to NASA. The rover was decl... Read More