At first, she was only known as CJ, with the Twitter name of @ScanCouver - a woman who lives in Vancouver in the state of Washington, US and who tweets about local news and traffic incidents. But on Thursday, what began as a routine series of tweets by Caran Johnson about a two-vehicle crash on a local motorway turned into a heartbreaking personal journey that unfolded on social media, as she began to suspect one of the people involved in the accident was her husband, Craig.
At 400,000 Years, oldest human DNA yet found raises new mysteries.
King Bhumibol Adulyadej never needed to say a word to stop police and anti-government protesters clashing violently on Bangkok's streets.
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger has faced a hostile grilling by British MPs, who accused him of committing a crime by distributing documents received from spy whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Video footage of a body retrieval mission on a shipwreck shows a diver's discovery of a man who survived three days in an air bubble.
In a significant victory, anti-government protesters seized the prime minister's office and city police headquarters on Tuesday, easing tensions after two days of violent clashes in the Thai capital.
Thailand’s media has been increasingly using small, unmanned drones that are giving them spectacular video and photographic panoramas of running battles on the streets of Bangkok.
Mandy Rice-Davies, one of the "good time girls" caught up in the Profumo sex scandal in the 1960s, may have landed in fresh legal hot water thanks to barrister Geoffrey Robertson, QC.
Stephen Ward - the scapegoat for Britain's infamous Profumo sex scandal in the 1960s - was a casualty of Britain's worst uncorrected miscarriage of justice, Geoffrey Robertson, QC, says.
Amazon.com is working on a way to get packages to customers in 30 minutes or less — by drone.