Israeli engineers on Monday added the final element to a spacecraft destined for the moon - a digital time capsule - and said they aimed to land the craft early next year, somewhere between the landing sites of Apollo 15 and 17.
Public service debt waivers require 120 payments, meticulous attention to detail and, for a teacher named Jed Shafer, an appeal to a new program.
The unprecedented mixed doubles match between two of the greatest ever male and female tennis players kicked off in Perth just after 9pm local time at the Hopman Cup. A car driven by a woman in her 70s smashed into a London black cab at about 1.45am this morning nearthe Witch's Hat junction of the A-road near Dagenham.
Congress may still approve a raise, perhaps as part of legislation to reopen the government. But union leaders condemned the order as unnecessary provocation. It was fun while it lasted. Cryptocurrencies soared and then they crashed. But true aficionados believe the underlying blockchain still has potential. Scientists have discovered the most distant object known in our solar system, so remote and unusual they chose the nickname "Farout" for the slow-moving, icy, pinkish dwarf planet about 120 to 130 times further from the sun than Earth. Arttturi Lehkonen also scored twice in a 5-2 victory over the Rangers, who have lost four of five. The Devils rallied against the Jets but lost, 4-3, in overtime.
In this coldly pixelated age, old-fashioned writing implements make a small but meaningful comeback. British outsourcing company Interserve Plc said on Sunday it is in talks with its lenders on a debt reduction plan that is likely to involve converting a substantial part of the companys debt into new equity. A pedestrian road in this Italian city is famous for its handmade nativity scenes, but its visitors are as likely to encounter well-known soccer figures as biblical ones. Small boutiques, with custom-made dresses and accessories all made in Brooklyn are showing up all over the borough. From a series for T in which the artist Leanne Shapton makes new artworks from pictures in old books. An Indian family rose to the heights of power and fortune in South Africa with the help of eager officials in the legendary party of Nelson Mandela. She interrupted a cloistered life of prayer in England and soared to international stardom as one of the most improbable art critics in television history.