Today’s top headlines.
India is preparing to relaunch a mission to land a rover on the moon, in what would be a first for a nation that is trying to become a space superpower.
The CEO of German industrial giant Siemens says that President Donald Trump is becoming a symbol of intolerance following his attacks on four female members of Congress.
By Paul Murphy, Mike Hayes and Elise Hammond, CNN Updated 11:55 a.m. ET, July 22, 2019 What you need to know NOW: Hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans are filling the streets of San Juan for another massive protest. Why they’re protesting: They want Gov.
At least no one can complain that this fishing trip was boring.
European manufacturer (CNN) – Airbus has created a concept aircraft inspired by the natural features of eagles, hawks and other aerial predators. The “Bird of Prey” concept was unveiled by Liam Fox, UK Secretary of State for International Trade, at the Royal International Air Tattoo air show on Friday.
Kensington Palace is marking Prince George’s sixth birthday on Monday with a new series of photos.
“Avengers: Endgame,” the Disney and Marvel blockbuster, will move past “Avatar” on the list of all-time highest grossing films on Sunday in its 13th weekend of release, Disney reported Saturday night.
Hyundai just unveiled India’s most powerful electric car and plans to build a network to charge it too.
While a single computer used to take up a whole room, now they comfortably fit inside your backpack to be easily carried around.
Iran says it has arrested 17 spies who it says were working for the CIA, and sentenced some of them to death. The intelligence ministry said the suspects had been collecting information in vital sectors – including military and nuclear areas of activity. US President Donald Trump has dismissed the claims, saying the report is “totally false”.
Israel has begun demolishing a cluster of Palestinian homes it says were built illegally too close to the separation barrier in the occupied West Bank. Hundreds of police and troops moved in to Sur Baher as bulldozers tore down structures said to house 17 people.
A French submarine that has been missing for more than 50 years has been located by a search team. French Defence Minister Florence Parly tweeted the announcement on Monday, describing the discovery as a “relief and technical feat”. Fifty-two sailors were on board the Minerve when it vanished near the port of Toulon, on the French south coast, in January 1968.
Kenya’s chief prosecutor has ordered the arrest of the finance minister over allegations of corruption related to the construction of two dams. Henry Rotich is accused of flouting procurement procedures in awarding a contract worth over $450m (£405m) for the dam projects to the Italian company CMC de Ravenna.
Ever since Iron Man reminded us that Robert Downey Jr is handsome enough to pull off that beard and playboy smarm and still be fine, audiences have been thirsty for superheroes. (I hear there were occasionally some comic book movies made before 2009, too?)
This may seem like a clip from some kind of coming-of-age movie, but it appears to be real life. On Sunday, Zach Pierce shared the above Nest cam footage on YouTube and Reddit. The video shows a panicked kid running into his driveway, jumping into a handy garbage bin, and closing the lid.
It’s kind of amazing that Donald Trump has yet to get into a Twitter feud with Stephen King. Given how often the horror master tweets about the president, and how often the president likes to hit back at people who have said mean things about him, you’d have thought the two would have come to blows.
Don’t forget, kids: it’s all Disney now anyway. Marvel’s bid to get Avengers: Endgame one, last broken box office record has paid off. Until July 21, 2019, Avatar was the top-earning release of all time worldwide, with a total of $2.789 billion earned at the box office.
Love it or hate it, the “live-action” remake of Disney’s The Lion King has been an event. With a record-breaking projected $531 million opening weekend and a cast so star-studded even the royal family stopped by to shake hands, Jon Favreau’s blockbuster tribute to the 1994 original film has garnered a lot of press.
Marvel unleashed a torrent of news at Comic-Con Saturday including the reveal of a whole bunch of new movies and series for its post-Infinity Saga Phase Four along with new characters joining the fray. New characters means new actors, and because there’s so many big additions, we decided to round up everyone who’s joining (or returning to) the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a big new role.