NASA's Parker Solar Probe has been launched to travel closer to the Sun, deeper into the solar atmosphere, than any mission before it. Cutting-edge technology and engineering will help it beat the heat. The spacecraft will travel through material with temperatures greater than a million degrees Fahrenheit.
After beating Croatia in Moscow, the French team are lifting the World Cup trophy for the second time in 20 years. Crowds of French fans have gathered in the streets of Paris and other cities to celebrate their team's World Cup triumph.
Cape Town-based mariane salvage expert Nick Sloane wants to tow a huge iceberg from Antarctica to Cape Town to solve crippling drought. One iceberg could produce 150 million litres of water a day for a year. Massive icebergs could be wrapped in insulation and towed to provide water for drought-stricken South Africa.
The initial relief that greeted the dramatic discovery of the trapped Thai soccer team has given way to concern, as rescuers begin the difficult task of attempting to free the 12 boys and their coach from deep inside the flooded cave network. CNN's Anna Coren reports.
Highly skilled workers will soon be able to apply for permanent residency in Japan after as little as one year. Historically, foreigners could become permanent residents after living in Japan for a decade. Here's how to find out if you're eligible.
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There’s big news in the world of advertising. Sir Martin Sorrell has stepped down from WPP, the world’s largest ad business. The $20.8 billion British company owns big brands in the marketing and communications world, including Olgivy & Mather, Young & Rubicam and 400 others.
After strikes against regime targets in Syria, French President Emmanuel Macron demanding a concerted drive to resurrect the international peace process. Whether anyone listens may decide if Syria turns the corner towards peace or descends into an even more dangerous cycle of destruction.
Oklahoma's teacher strike, inspired by one in West Virginia, shuttered schools a second day Tuesday. After nine years into an economic expansion in which the gains have been unevenly distributed, teachers in red states are demanding a larger share of the pie.