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Scientists discover black hole 12 billion times bigger than the sun

Scientists discover black hole 12 billion times bigger than the sun

Researchers in China have spotted a supermassive black hole, 12 billion times the size of the sun and around 900 million years old.
3 men try to join ISIS: Here's what we know

3 men try to join ISIS: Here's what we know

Their arrests took place in New York and Florida.
Could New Zealand company's IPO finally bring us jetpacks?

Could New Zealand company's IPO finally bring us jetpacks?

Kids, our George Jetson, 007, Iron Man dreams are edging a bit closer to reality.
Drop the needle: Designer's embroidery captures travels in fabric form

Drop the needle: Designer's embroidery captures travels in fabric form

Late last year, when Theresa Lim was visiting Australia's western city of Perth, she found herself in front of a beautiful sunset. Naturally, she wanted to grab her phone and take a photograph ... but the battery was dead.
Saudis won't back emergency OPEC meeting

Saudis won't back emergency OPEC meeting

Saudi Arabia won't agree to hold an emergency OPEC meeting despite the pain being felt by other members of the cartel, several OPEC sources said Tuesday.
Turkey blames UK for missing girls suspected of trying to join ISIS

Turkey blames UK for missing girls suspected of trying to join ISIS

A top Turkish official is blaming British authorities for the disappearance of three teenage British girls suspected of traveling from London to Turkey with the goal of joining ISIS in neighboring Syria.
Angry relatives wait for news after deadly ferry crash

Angry relatives wait for news after deadly ferry crash

Scores of anxious and angry people waited on the bank of the Padma River on Monday, a day after a deadly ferry accident, amid concerns that some of the bodies have been swept away by currents.
French government fighting online war against jihadist youth recruiting

French government fighting online war against jihadist youth recruiting

As ominous music plays, the ISIS flag flutters, child fighters wield weapons and graphic images of beheadings flash across the screen.
Brazen, brutal: 5 terror groups making headlines this month

Brazen, brutal: 5 terror groups making headlines this month

The terror groups are getting more ruthless, their attacks more harrowing.
ISIS claims to behead 21 Peshmerga soldiers, releases video of them in cages

ISIS claims to behead 21 Peshmerga soldiers, releases video of them in cages

ISIS appears to be trumping its own brutality once again.
Men protest women's rights in Turkey... by wearing miniskirts

Men protest women's rights in Turkey... by wearing miniskirts

It's not unusual for men to join the fight for women's rights. But it is if they choose to wear miniskirts while they do it.
'Please come home to us,' family tells girl believed going to Syria

'Please come home to us,' family tells girl believed going to Syria

The family of a girl who UK police say may be headed to Syria with two friends have a message for her: We're not mad at you, and please come home.
Huckabee meets with Netanyahu in advance of U.S. visit

Huckabee meets with Netanyahu in advance of U.S. visit

 (CNN) -- In the run up to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress next month, add another 2016 Republican presidential hopefuls to list going out of his way to stand with the Israeli leader.
Photos of two small Pluto moons open the door to a new vastness

Photos of two small Pluto moons open the door to a new vastness

CNN   (CNN) -- Two white specks appearing next to Pluto in the blackness of space may look like faint blips on a screen. Don't be fooled.
ISIS burned up to 40 people alive, official in Iraq says

ISIS burned up to 40 people alive, official in Iraq says

 Reports that ISIS burned alive up to 40 people near the town of al-Baghdadi in Iraq's Anbar province are true, an Iraqi official told CNN on Wednesday.