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The aerospace giant has named a chief project engineer to oversee the formation of what is likely to become its next all-new airliner since the 787 Dreamliner.
Last month, the Pan-STARRS 1 telescope in Hawaii spotted something strange zooming through our solar system. It turned out to be a visitor from beyond, unlike anything astronomers have seen before.
The Justice Department is set to file a lawsuit to block AT&T's takeover of Time Warner, the parent company of CNN, a source familiar with the matter says.
Uber is under fire for allegedly allowing individuals with disqualifying criminal or motor vehicle histories drive for the company.
Qatar's chief diplomat warned of "dark ages" in the Middle East on Monday, calling out neighboring states for perpetuating "drama and discord" as part of a "dangerous game of power."
We surveyed 112 Puerto Rican funeral homes to check the accuracy of the hurricane death toll. This is what we found.
We surveyed 112 Puerto Rican funeral homes to check the accuracy of the official hurricane death toll. This is what we found.
It's become part of the annual tradition of the White House Thanksgiving turkey ritual: voting to see which of the two official birds will be pardoned, and which will be the alternate.
In the US Senate, the tax bill could fail or succeed based off of the votes of just a handful of members. After recess this week, Senators will return from Thanksgiving and move immediately to vote on a plan that would permanently lower the corporate tax rate, temporarily lower rates across the middle-class and would drastically reshape the country's tax code.
Sen. Rand Paul, a Kentucky Republican, will "likely support" the GOP's Senate tax bill, a Paul aide told CNN in an email Monday.
Della Reese, who rose to fame as a jazz singer and later found television stardom on the drama "Touched by an Angel," has died.
Angela Merkel, Germany's iron chancellor, is in trouble -- and by extension, so is much of the European Union, writes David Andelman.
On October 24, Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake made a speech. In the coming weeks, he'll have a chance to take a stand.
Jacob Thompson knew he probably wouldn't live to see Christmas. But before he passed, he charmed thousands.
Rome's insiders show you the ropes of Italy's capital -- the best pizza, coffee and attractions that aren't the Colosseum.
Australia's plans to codify marriage equality is a good step, says Ryan Thoreson, but religious exemptions are being weaponized as a way to deny LGBT rights globally.
Glenn Thrush, a top political reporter at the New York Times, has been suspended following a story detailing alleged sexual misconduct involving younger, female journalists.
A look at the string of increasingly bizarre events that have eschewed the playbook for military takeovers.
Grigor Dimitrov's World Tour Finals win was broadcast live on three Bulgarian TV stations, he received a personal message of congratulations from the country's President and the Mayor of his hometown wants to name their tennis courts after him.