Taking 'selfies' with a drone
What comes in a white cardboard box, weighs little more than a kilogram and can be purchased in a few clicks from Amazon?
Ferguson: 9 moments of chaos
Looting misery captured and shared online by victims of the Ferguson chaos. Among the stores looted was one that Michael Brown allegedly stole from on the day he was killed.
Murdoch's UK Sun more than doubles online subscribers
LONDON (Reuters) - Rupert Murdoch's British tabloid The Sun said it had more than doubled its online subscribers to 225,000 in a year, partly helping shore up declining print sales.
UK boosts security service funding to help prevent 'lone wolf' attacks
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will increase spending on its security services to try to prevent so-called 'lone-wolf' attacks against the country, Prime Minister David Cameron said after the release of a report into the 2013 killing of a soldier in London.
Justice is unfair to minorities
A little over two days. That's how long the grand jury deliberated before deciding not to bring an indictment against Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri on August 9. St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced the grand jury had heard more than 70 hours of testimony from 60 witnesses before reaching its decision, which he said was supported by physical evidence.
World's most beautiful metro stations
They have a bad reputation as dark, grimy places -- but not these.
Italy's Renzi clears hurdle in parliament on labor law
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's lower house of parliament voted on Tuesday to pass Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's Jobs Act, clearing the way for final approval in the Senate next month of a law aimed at making hiring and firing rules simpler.