NASA's Opportunity celebrates 5,000 days on Mars

Outliving its original 90-day lifespan, the Opportunity is still fulfilling its core mission -- looking for evidence that Mars once supported microbial life.

Speaking out: Students who survived shooting talk…

Many students who survived the shooting at Marjory Stoneman High School have turned into outspoken gun control advocates

Leaders respond with admiration, sadness for…

Leaders expressed admiration and respect for evangelist Billy Graham, who died at his North Carolina home Wednesday morning

States face flooding, other problems in Midwest…

Sandbags are holding back floodwaters as a storm sweeps across the Midwest and Great Plans, bringing heavy rains, snow and ice

European space probe prepares to sniff Martian atmosphere

A European space probe has swung into position around Mars in preparation to analyze its atmosphere for possible signs of life

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GOP leaders to seek halt to Pennsylvania congressional map

Republican leaders of the Pennsylvania Legislature say they're about to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to halt the imposition of new congressional maps, two days after they were announced by the state's highest court

Nocturnal Animals Use the Stars and Milky Way as…

Nocturnal animals get around at night by relying on individual stars and the Milky Way. Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more.

Madrid art fair yanks photo exhibit amid political spat

Madrid's International Art Fair has yanked an exhibition entitled "Political Prisoners in Contemporary Spain," prompting charges of censorship against the government-funded body which operates the event venue

NTSB: Truck hit by GOP train was on tracks after warning

Witnesses to a collision between a train carrying Republican congressmen and a garbage truck in rural Virginia have told investigators the truck entered the railroad crossing after safety gates came down

GM pitches $2.8 billion investment in S Korea…

GM proposes a $2.8 billion investment over ten years to save its South Korea operations. Ryan Brooks reports.

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Bank of England's Carney predicts UK living standards boost

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney expressed his hope Wednesday that households across Britain will finally start to see their living standards rise following nearly a year of seeing price rises outstrip wage increases.

NTSB: Garbage truck was on tracks despite lowered safety gates before crash with train carrying Republican congressmen

NTSB: Garbage truck was on tracks despite lowered safety gates before crash with train carrying Republican congressmen

More Celebrities Pledge Donations For March For…

More celebrities are pledging $500,000 donations to the March for Our Lives event in Washington, D.C.

KY Dem wins seat in Trump stronghold district

Democrat Linda Belcher has won a state House seat in a Kentucky district where Trump won 72% of the vote in the 2016 presidential elections.

SpaceX postpones California satellite launch due to winds

SpaceX postpones satellite launch from California due to winds, reschedules for Thursday

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir's incredible gold

Canada's Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir capped an incredible return, winning gold in the final of the Ice Dance competition at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics

To get a ride, Uber says take a walk

Uber is rolling out a service called 'Express Pool,' which links riders in the same area who want to travel to similar destinations

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10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know: Florida shooting survivors demand action on guns; Israeli media say Netanyahu confidant will testify against him; Lindsey Vonn wins bronze in final Olympic downhill.

Florida Lawmakers' Decisions on Guns, Porn Draw…

Lawmakers in Florida are waking up to headlines like these: "Florida House refuses to debate guns, but declares porn dangerous" from the Washington Post . "Florida State House Declares Porn Is Health Risk, Assault Weapons Totally Fine Though" in Gizmodo . "Florida declares porn a health risk but blocks ban on assault...

Supreme Court sides with Chicago museums in terror case

The Supreme Court is preventing survivors of a 1997 terrorist attack from seizing Persian artifacts at Chicago museums to help pay a $71.5 million default judgment against Iran