After prosecutors and the defense finished their separate closing arguments, a U.S. judge on Wednesday afternoon began deliberations on possible death penalty for Brendt Christensen, who was found guilty of killing Chinese scholar Zhang Yingying in 2017.
A street in Wales has been designated the steepest in the world after a successful campaign by residents.
It took 400,000 people to put Apollo 11's Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon a half-century ago.
A majority of Americans favor landing an astronaut on Mars for the first time in decades, a stark contrast to the views of 1969 and 1999, according to a recent Gallup poll.
U.S. President Donald Trump announced that he would not impose quotas on uranium imports despite Department of Commerce's findings that foreign uranium poses a threat to national security.
The U.S. edged closer to crisis Friday with NATO ally Turkey, which began receiving components of a Russian-made air defense system in defiance of Trump administration warnings that the deal would mean economic sanctions and no access to America's most advanced fighter jet.
Nine deer at a famed park in western Japan have died recently after swallowing plastic bags.
The United States has launched a Section 301 investigation into the digital services tax of the Government of France.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Wednesday criticized comments by Japanese officials who questioned the credibility of Seoul's sanctions against North Korea while justifying Tokyo's stricter controls on high-tech exports to South Korea.
Former Argentine President Fernando de la Rua on Tuesday died of heart and kidney failure, local press reported.
France, Germany, Britain and the EU High Representative on Tuesday expressed "deep concerns" over Iran's fresh move to raise the concentration of its enriched uranium beyond agreed limits, calling for an urgent meeting of a joint commission on the issue.
The U.S. Commerce Department announced Monday that it has decided to once again apply tariffs on fabricated steel imports from Mexico.
Sentencing phase for Brendt Christensen who has been ruled by a U.S. jury guilty of kidnapping and killing Chinese visiting scholar Zhang Yingying in 2017, started Monday afternoon at a federal courthouse in Peoria, U.S. state of Illinois.
The African Union (AU) launches the "operational phase" this weekend of a long-awaited trade accord, but analysts say the continent faces an uphill task to transform the pact into reality.