A BBC's Twitter account is garnering quite a bit of attention after posting a tweet during the royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on Saturday.
Upon her arrival at the chapel, eagle-eyed viewers and royal jewelry fans were quick to note that Markle had chosen the Queen Mary Diamond Bandeau Tiara, on loan from Queen Elizabeth
Dallas Cowboys receiver Terrance Williams has been arrested on a charge of public intoxication after police responded to an accident involving his car in Frisco, Texas.
Antarctica today is a hotbed of scientific activity. Scientists are shooting weather balloons into space, hunting for galactic particles, and flying across the continent to chart our changing climate. But over 60 years ago, Antarctica was a blanket of unknowns, a territory that was a siren song for adventure junkies and pioneering scientists. And in the midst of the Cold War, international peace was forged on the ice. At one point, Antarctica was primed for conquest , but the international community stepped in to make the continent politically neutral. From 1957-1958, scientists worked side by side. Thanks to friendly competition and collaboration, techniques like radio glaciology, which uses radar to map the ice, became vetted scientific methods. The films taken over the Antarctic were the foundation of a nascent field. At a base-line level, early radio glaciologist were showing that you can look through four kilometers of ice with a radar pulse, and see what the bottom of the continent looks like. Trying to predict how the ice sheets gonna behave over the next few decades is challenging, it's one of the big tasks. The hope with this whole collection of data is just to give a window into anywhere where we were lucky enough to have had data collected at that period, to be able to compare how that's changed from then to now.
Houston Texans star J.J. Watt has notified Santa Fe High School that he will pay the funeral expenses of the victims of Friday's mass shooting that left 10 people dead and 10 others wounded, according reports.
Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency ordered residents at Kamaili Road to evacuate, late on May 10, due to active lava flows from Kīlauea volcano causing brush fires in the area.Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency said that one flow had crossed Highway 137 at the 13-mile marker and entered the ocean.They warned that how lava entering the ocean creates sends hydrochloic acid and steam with fine glass particles into the air.A second flow was about 400 meters from Highway 137. Highway 137 was closed between Kamaili Road and Pohoiki Road. Credit: US Geological Survey via Storyful
Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens went on a local Dallas radio station and questioned the team's direction under current head coach Jason Garrett.
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