Automobile "interlocks" that require motorists to breathe into a tube before trying to start their cars have stopped 1.8 million cases of drunk driving nationwide, according to a report released Wednesday by officials from Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) who called for wider use of the technology.
Reuters | Thursday February 11, 2016, PARIS/UNITED NATIONS
Major powers meeting in Germany today aim to revive Syria peace efforts, but with Russia backing a government push for a military victory, opposition delegates and Western officials see little hope of a diplomatic breakthrough.
Reuters | Thursday February 11, 2016, CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.
NASA's next cargo run to the International Space Station will be delayed for at least two weeks after black mold was found in two fabric bags used for packing clothing, food and other supplies, the US space agency said on Wednesday.
Concentration camp survivors voiced indignation on Wednesday at an Austrian prosecutor's statement that it was justifiable for a far-right magazine to call people who were liberated from the Nazi camp at Mauthausen a criminal "plague".
Fresh off of Donald Trump's New Hampshire primary rout, arch-conservative rival Ted Cruz launched a sharp offensive Wednesday against the billionaire frontrunner, heralding a brutal battle for the next Republican contest in South Carolina.
Two female suicide bombers killed at least 35 people at a camp for those made homeless by Boko Haram's Islamist insurgency in northeast Nigeria, a state official said on Wednesday, in the latest violence to hit the region.
Poland will join the fight against ISIS, its defence minister said on Wednesday, though he signalled that the scale of its involvement would depend on NATO's response to Russia's renewed assertiveness on the alliance's eastern flank.
European Union states took a new step towards a two-year suspension of their open-borders zone on Wednesday as the bloc's executive again rebuked them for failing to act on agreements to stem irregular migration.