The Vatican is striking back at the Knights of Malta, rejecting attempts to discredit its commission investigating the ouster of a top official of the ancient aristocratic lay Catholic order.
A reluctant sleuth who can’t keep his shoelaces tied probes the streets of San Francisco in search of a killer. Bill Haywood is a reporter for a small San Francisco newspaper who finds himself in search of a killer involving Read More » The post A Search for the Heart of SF in “The Coptic Cross”—An interview with Author John Goins appeared first on Beyond Chron.
At a time when many wonder whether the NFL had been delaying the ongoing investigation regarding domestic violence claims against Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott to help the team, the man at the center of the probe is agitating for a final answer. “I do want closure,” Elliott said following Sunday’s playoff loss to the…
REWIND revisits a Fault Lines probe into Somalia's disastrous 2011 famine and the role of US counterterrorism.
Jan 17 (Reuters) - The Rugby Football Union (RFU) is investigating a complaint by Sale Sharks that one of their players leaked confidential team information to Bristol Rugby prior to their Premiership clash this month.
fiat chrysler (fca) is to be investigated by the u.s. justice department for software designed to allow diesel vehicles to exceed exhaust emissions limitations. the investigation follows revelations by the us environmental protection agency (epa) that fca used hidden software to allow excess exhaust emissions from its diesel engines to go undetected. Show More Summary
Now that his rookie NFL season is over, Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott wants the league’s investigation into domestic violence claims to end. “I do want closure. I do,” Elliott told reporters after the Cowboys’ 34-31 loss Sunday to the Green Bay Packers. “I would rather them not drag on as long. I think […]
Trudeau has been confronted with repeated questions from the opposition about his vacation in the Bahamas over the New Year's holiday.
PM Justin Trudeau may have violated federal ethics code during his holiday with the Aga Khan, Canada's ethics commissioner says
Samsung has not yet shared with us the results of its probe into the Galaxy Note 7 and why its batteries were catching fire, forcing the company to recall millions of devices, but a report out of Reuters claims that the batteries used ended up being the “main” culprit. Show More Summary
A Japanese space probe records a 6,000-mile-long wave in the atmosphere of Venus. Continue reading ? The post Hang 10, Venus! Huge wave spotted in planet’s cloudy atmosphere appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Pressure wave in planet’s atmosphere was one of the largest ever seen in the solar system, stretching over 10,000 kilometres A Japanese spacecraft that is circling Venus has beamed home pictures of one of the largest waves ever seen in the solar system. Show More Summary
The finale of Sherlock's 4th season hit a ratings low in the UK on Sunday — by a sliver — but still the all-time smallest overnight score of the series. Titled “The Final Problem,” the episode clocked 5.9M viewers for a 27.2 share on...Show More Summary
As if Samsung already didn’t have enough to worry about following its Galaxy Note 7 debacle, the company’s future is now threatened by a probe into its leader’s alleged illegal dealings with the South Korean government. Bloomberg reports...Show More Summary
Samsung has concluded that the Galaxy Note 7's fires and explosions were caused by battery problems, not the phone's hardware or software, Reuters reports. The information comes from "a person familiar with the matter," rather than an official source, but Samsung will reportedly release the full results from its investigation on January 23rd. Show More Summary
(Reuters) — Samsung Electronics Co Ltd’s investigation into what caused some Galaxy Note 7s to catch fire has concluded that the battery was the main reason, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters on Monday. The world’s biggest smartphone maker will likely announce the results of the investigation on Jan. 23, a day before it […]
If Sen. Jeff Sessions is confirmed as attorney general, probes into police departments - like the one recently released in Chicago - could become less frequent.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's special prosecutor on Monday indicted National Pension Service (NPS) Chairman Moon Hyung-pyo on charges of abuse of power and giving false testimony.