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ANALYSIS: The abrupt cancellation of the scheduled summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un raises the obvious question beyond the future of relations between the two country. That is, with this president, can there ever be certainty about anything?
A Spanish galleon laden with gold that sank to the bottom of the Caribbean off the coast of Colombia more than 300 years ago was found three years ago with the help of an underwater autonomous vehicle operated by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, the agency disclosed for the first time.
The sheer force of the lava bomb was what Darryl Clinton remembered feeling first, more powerful than any waves he had ever encountered in the ocean surrounding Hawaii.
Nicolas Maduro hasn't wasted time consolidating power in the aftermath of his disputed victory in Venezuela's presidential election. He has thrown out US diplomats, arrested alleged military conspirators and cracked down on the nation's last remaining critical major newspaper.
Less than a week before ice hockey's Stanley Cup Finals are expected to bring a flood of sports fans to Las Vegas, Nevada's largest labour union has voted to authorise a strike that could paralyse the biggest casinos on the strip and cost the tourist magnet a fortune.
It was supposed to be Carter Brown putting on the corsage and doing funny poses in photos with his date for senior prom.
You know it's time to move out of home when your parents take you to court and the judge literally orders you to leave.
OPINION: Is it possible for Miss USA to be a forward-thinking broadcast in a year when cries of "Me Too" have incited a powerful movement against assault?
A US police officer is being called a "hero" for delivering a baby deer by Caesarean after its mother was killed on a New Jersey road.