On Monday, a spacecraft that NASA launched last year should smash head-on into an asteroid, ideally changing the space rock's orbit. It’s a test in case Earthlings really need to move an incoming asteroid someday.
On home confinement in San Diego, Leonard Francis hired servants and undermined the security requirements aimed at keeping the mastermind of a $35 million Navy bribery scandal from fleeing, according to interviews and records obtained by The Washington Post.
The speed at which the referendums were announced and carried out and the mobilization of hundreds of thousands of Russian reserves, all within one week, reflect the Kremlin’s tacit acknowledgment of its deteriorating position in Ukraine.
State Sen. Darren Bailey, the GOP nominee for Illinois governor, frequently bashes Chicago as “a dysfunctional hellhole," but he needs the support of voters in the city and its suburbs if he hopes to win in November.