Debate over guns continues in the U.S., NSU neo-Nazi murder trial begins in Germany, pink dolphins on the decline in China and more in today’s daily brief.
April 26 Photo Brief: 27th anniversary of Chernobyl disaster, anger on streets of Bangladesh, U.S.-South Korea military exercise
The 27th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster, anger on the streets of Bangladesh after building collapse, U.S.-South Korea military exercise and more in today’s daily brief.
April 10 Photo Brief: Proposed FY2014 federal budget, 6.1 magnitude quake in Iran, a salt water crocodile named Too Long
White House releases proposed FY2014 federal budget, aftermath of a 6.1 magnitude quake in Iran, a salt water crocodile named Too Long and more in today’s daily brief. | Warning: Visual content may depict death and/or injury.
As tensions continue to brew with North Korea at the forefront threatening war as well as a possible missile launch, the U.S. and South Korea are taking measures to step up precautions, according to reports. A look at North and South Korea in recent days.
Feb. 28 Photo Brief: Pope Benedict bids an emotional farewell, pollution in Beijing, 40th Show of the Best, the sequester
Pope Benedict bids an emotional farewell, pollution in Beijing, 40th Show of the Best, the sequester in the United States and more in today’s daily brief.
Jan. 2 Photo Brief: A fiscal cliff deal is made, Ray Lewis to retire, over-harvesting of fins, Hugh Hefner gets hitched
New fights emerge from “fiscal cliff” deal, Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis to retire, advocates worried about over-harvesting of fins in China, Hugh Hefner gets hitched and more in today’s daily brief.
Dec. 31 Photo Brief: Fiscal cliff plan emerges, why 2012 was the worst year for elephants, 2013 celebrations
Fiscal cliff plan emerges in U.S. Congress, why 2012 was the worst year for elephants, 2013 celebrations and more in today’s daily photo brief.
Voters across America headed to the polls today to snatch up stickers as a bonus for exercising their civic duty. Many locales kept their “Thanks for voting” rewards fairly simple, but a few precincts seized the opportunity to display their electoral pride.
Millions of Americans headed to the polls to choose who will lead them over the next four years as U.S. President. Also on the ballot in a number of states, voters decided on congressional representatives, state amendments and referendums from the Dream Act to same-sex marriage and legalizing marijuana for recreational use.