Militants dead after attack on Istanbul police station
Two women who opened fire and threw a grenade at a Turkish police bus as it arrived at a station in an Istanbul suburb on Thursday, were killed by police, local media are reporting.
Kelly returns to the US after a year on the International Space Station
NASA astronaut Scott Kelly returned to the United States on Thursday (March 3) after nearly a year on the International Space Station, the longest U.S. space mission on record, intended to pave the way for human travel to Mars.
Fey premieres "Whiskey Tango Foxtrot"
Tina Fey hit the red carpet on Monday (March 01) in New York for the premiere of "Whiskey Tango Foxtrot," a wartime comedy that follows Fey as she portrays a journalist assigned to report from Afghanistan
Robot roaches to the rescue
Nasty. Disgusting. Ugly. These are just some of the words normally associated with cockroaches. But for scientists in the world of bio-inspired robotics - roaches are perfect.
Forbes magazine announce annual list of the world's richest individuals
Market turmoil has put a dent in the bank accounts and portfolios of the world's richest people. Forbes magazine has crunched the numbers for its annual billionaires' list, revealing a drop in average net worth for the first time since 2010.
Trust under spotlight at Geneva car show
Under the spotlight - not only the brand - but the man who leads it. Matthias Mueller of VW facing the press at the Geneva Car Show this week.
Pope says church does not want "dirty money"
The Catholic Church does not want people to donate "dirty money" earned by abusing low-paid workers, Pope Francis said on Wednesday (March 2).
Gerard Butler back in London Has Fallen
With a regiment of the Queen's Guards on hand, Gerard Butler joined co-stars Morgan Freeman, Angela Bassett and Aaron Eckhart on the red carpet Tuesday night (March 01) for the Los Angeles premiere of the action-thriller, "London Has Fallen."
Humanitarian aid running out at Greek-Macedonia border
Day breaks at an overcrowded migrant camp in Idomeni, Greece on the border with Macedonia. There are some 24,000 people stuck in Greece, including 8500 here with only a small number of people allowed to pass on this day.