A look at today’s biggest headlines.
An additional 13 sets of human remains were discovered Monday in Northern California, bringing the death toll from the Camp Fire to 42 and the statewide total to 44.
New commercial satellite images released Monday have identified more than a dozen undeclared North Korean missile operating bases, another sign that Pyongyang is continuing to move forward with its ballistic missile program amid indications that talks with the US have stalled in recent months.
Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema will win Arizona’s US Senate race, defeating Republican Rep. Martha McSally and flipping a seat that had been in GOP hands for 24 years.
A barrage of more than 300 rockets was launched from Gaza toward Israel on Monday, the Israeli army said, hours after a botched Israeli operation in Gaza left a Hamas commander and an Israeli soldier dead.
The Centers for Disease Control hasn’t reported any deaths in 2018 from acute flaccid myelitis, the polio-like illness which paralyzes healthy children, but CNN has learned of two children who passed away from the disease this year.
Amazon has picked New York’s Long Island City and Arlington County’s Crystal City neighborhoods, The Wall Street Journal reported late Monday.
An 11-year-old dog has been found nearly 300 miles from home more than a year after she was stolen. Pomeranian Kiara was taken from her garden in London in August 2017. But when two stray dogs wandered into Peter Daniel’s house in Bangor, Gwynedd, he was able to find Kiara’s owners Juan and Antoinette Mino via her microchip and reunite the family.
The Irish Aviation Authority is investigating reports of bright lights and UFOs off the south-west coast of Ireland. It began at 06:47 local time on Friday 9 November when a British Airways pilot contacted Shannon air traffic control. She wanted to know if there were military exercises in the area because there was something “moving so fast”.
The trial of drug kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán is to begin in New York under intense security. Guzmán was arrested in January 2016 after escaping from prison through a tunnel five months earlier. The Mexican is accused of being behind the all-powerful Sinaloa drug cartel, which prosecutors say was the biggest supplier of drugs to the States.
A French woman has gone on trial accused of hiding the existence of a child she kept in the boot of her car. The girl was discovered by a garage mechanic who heard noises when the car was brought in for repairs.
(Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc ( AMZN.O) could announce as early as Tuesday that it has selected New York City and Northern Virginia to be the sites for its second and third headquarters, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.
An investigation by British television network ITV has revealed the shocking practices of a Pentecostal church carrying out so-called gay “conversion therapy.” A reporter, who was sent undercover to a branch of the Winners Chapel in Dartford, southeast of London, filmed an encounter with one of the church’s pastors who had claimed to be able to stop him from being gay.
Two Eritrean refugees could not contain their glee when they saw snow for the first time Saturday, only 48 hours after arriving in Canada. And their joy even caught the attention of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Rebecca Davies captured the magic moment on video as the 7-year-old girl and her 5-year-old brother frolicked in the backyard of Davies’ Toronto-area home, the Canadian Press reported.
Captain America? Tony Stark? Thor? Stan Lee, the visionary pioneer behind the Marvel Comics universe, has been in more films than all of them combined. Lee died on Monday at the age of 95, but his much celebrated cameos likely haven’t ended, judging from an interview that “Avengers” co-director Joe Russo gave earlier this year.
Several commercials airline pilots reported a series of fast-moving unidentified objects in the skies off the west coast of Ireland last week in an incident now under investigation. One pilot said the object or objects were traveling at “astronomical” speeds of at least Mach 2, or twice the speed of sound, The Irish Times reported.
The death of Stan Lee, age 95, has been felt by many, but the loss has been particularly profound for the many fans-turned-artists who were inspired by Lee’s legendary career. In the wake of Lee’s passing, as notes of honor and remembrance have flooded social media, stunning portraits of the renowned comic-book writer have stood out.
On Monday night, the news broke that Stan Lee, a Marvel Comics legend, had passed away at the age of 95. Later on that evening, Wolverine star Hugh Jackman appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and paid a tribute to the man who helped create X-Men.
The complicated relationship between former First Lady Michelle Obama and current First Lady Melania Trump got another wrinkle on Monday. Michelle Obama, during an interview with ABC to promote her upcoming memoir Becoming, talked about how Laura Bush had reached out to her before she became First Lady in 2008.
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Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. Following the death of Marvel comics’ Stan Lee, people have begun recirculating a 1968 column Lee wrote denouncing racism (something a disturbing number of politicians refuse to do to this day).
Following the death of comics legend Stan Lee on Monday, Avengers actors have begun to share memories of Lee on social media. Among them are original Avengers Robert Downey, Jr. and Chris Evans – with more continuing to roll in. There will never be another Stan Lee.