(CNN)The winds are unbearable. Huge waves are battering the coast. Sheds are blowing away whole. The sky has turned colors, from red to yellow, with a sometimes blood-like sun peeking through. But it's not what's happening that makes post-tropical cyclone Ophelia so bizarre -- it's where. A golf
(CNN)It has become a predictable affair. A mass shooting happens, there is a call for tighter gun laws and then it's business as usual.The UK has some of the world's strictest gun-ownership laws and it is now rare for civilians to own private firearms.The turning point for the country
(CNN)Four more major Indian cities will soon have their own metro lines, the country's government has announced. And New Yorkers can finally enjoy their Second Avenue Subway line after waiting for almost 100 years for it to arrive.How deadly is air pollution?
New York (CNN)Global leaders have descended on New York City for the 72nd edition of the United Nations General Assembly.Trump to take 'America First' agenda to the UNThe podium is prime real estate for presidents, prime ministers and dignitaries wanting to air grievances and reinforce political positions.And while there's no
In southwest Ohio, people die from national rate. In the future, whether someone survives could hinge on what county they’re in.The sheriff in Butler County this summer suggesting ambulance crews shouldn’t have to save the lives of some people who have been revived before.In neighboring Hamilton County, which includes Cincinnati, officials
The U.K. arrested a second suspect in connection with the blast on a commuter train as London’s counter-terrorism police widened their investigation into the attack that injured at least 30 people. After the arrests, the U.K. on Sunday lowered the terrorism threat level to severe from critical.Police arrested a 21-year-old man in Hounslow,
Batteries are everywhere these days: in our iPhones, toothbrushes, vacuum cleaners, and electric cars. But batteries—really big batteries—are just getting started.The idea is that grid-sized versions might be used to store excess wind and solar power, smoothing out the peaks and valleys of the electricity supply. There’s just one problem:
The one and only copy of, an album by the Wu-Tang Clan purchased by former pharmaceutical executive-turned-convicted criminal Martin Shkreli, was listed for sale on EBay at a deep discount to the $2 million he paid for it. The Photographer: Peter Foley/Bloomberg The EBay listing for the recording states “this is the one