Ancient funeral mask uncovered at Florida coast

Archaeologists have discovered a rare death mask on a beach in Florida, a sign that more treasures may be nearby.

Supreme Court lets mystery company file appeal under seal

The case has remained a high-profile mystery, with the Supreme Court and lower courts declining to identify the company, the country that owns it or the purpose of the subpoena. More details about the company's legal arguments were revealed in redacted court papers made public after the nine justices

In visit to Puerto Rico, Warren condemns Trump for considering use of disaster recovery funds to bui

Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren visited Puerto Rico on Tuesday as she considers a run for president, promising to help rebuild the island from Hurricane Maria and support laws that would offer the U.S. territory equal treatment and debt relief.

Safe to raise limits for seismic tremors at UK fracking sites, experts say

New limit would be like a heavy bin lorry driving past, say seismologists

China gives Ivanka Trump 5 new trademarks as trade talks continue

Ivanka Trump has been granted five trademarks from China as her father’s administration continues to negotiate with the Asian powerhouse over trade and ethics experts raise concerns about the first family’s business dealings

Marriott CEO says hotels aren't a national security target, but experts beg to differ

Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson offered further clarity on the company's data breach.

British aristocrat 'horrified' to discover rare garden ornaments were stolen as he's confronted by '

A mystery aristocrat was horrified to find out the garden ornaments bought by his family and dumped at the bottom of his garden were actually priceless, stolen 7th century artefacts after being confronted by a world-famous art detective.

Snow falls in Paris as northern France placed on weather alert

Light snow fell on the French capital on Tuesday, causing some minor travel and transport disruptions and closures of monuments, as well as leading some enthusiasts to go snowboarding and take pictures.

U.S. Supreme Court lets mystery company file appeal under seal

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed an unknown foreign government-owned company that is contesting a subpoena issued by a grand jury in a sealed case possibly linked to Special Counsel Robert Mu...

Italian soldier who unwittingly saved Ernest Hemingway's life identified after a century

Blown to bits by a mortar during the First World War, he unwittingly saved the life of a young Ernest Hemingway, but his identity has been a mystery for more than 100 years – until now.

A pox on Davos' economic experts, the IEA's economic experts cry

The 'right wing think tank' or 'educational charity' is furious about crony capitalists and the vested interests of the rich and powerful currently gathering for the World Economic Forum in Davos. So who would it be that funds this organisation?

Soccer star Emiliano Sala aboard missing plane that vanished off English Channel, officials say

An Argentine soccer star who had recently signed a club-record fee with the English Premier League’s Cardiff City was aboard a small plane that vanished off the coast of the island of Guernsey, French officials said.