Asteroid 7335 (1989 JA) is expected to fly past Earth in its closest approach since its discovery on May 1, 1989. This large asteroid is bigger than the tallest building in the world!
Our pollinating pals are in decline. Buzz60’s Tony Spitz has the details.
More than a million people have been sickened by what Pyongyang is referring to as "fever", state media said, despite leader Kim ordering nationwide lockdowns in a bid to slow the spread of disease through the unvaccinated population.
Meet the Ukrainian people trying to move on after their homes and lives have been damaged, watch kids run through a dust devil in Alabama, and more of today's top videos.
US President Joe Biden arrived in South Korea Friday, his first Asia trip as US leader, aiming to cement ties with regional security allies as concern over a North Korean nuclear test grows.
Veuer’s Elizabeth Keatinge introduces us to Ukrainian people trying to move on after their homes and lives have been damaged.
On the ground in Ukraine, prosecutors are collecting evidence of alleged war crimes against Russia. Their work comes as a Russian soldier pled guilty to killing an unarmed civilian in the first war crimes trial since Russia invaded Ukraine.
Trevor Reed is speaking out for the first time on his survival and release from a Russian prison.
Ukraine’s president says Russia’s intensifying offensive has ‘completely destroyed’ the eastern region.
The world record holder in towing multi-ton equipment, Sergey Agadzhanyan, nicknamed the "Russian Hulk", set a new world record on May 19, by towing three helicopters at the same time without the use of special devices such as ladders.
After meeting with both countries’ leaders, Biden says Sweden and Finland ‘meet every NATO requirement and then some’.
This is the adorable moment a three-fingered sloth was reunited with her baby after it was found stranded and crying on a beach.
Severe flooding in northeast India has forced half a million people to flee their homes where hundreds of villages have
Water that was used to cool the nuclear plant damaged in a 2011 earthquake will be removed now that 11 years have passed.
A baby sloth was reunited with its mom after she was tricked into hearing it cry. Buzz60’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
Ukrainian babies celebrate embroidery day. Buzz60’s Elizabeth Keatinge has more.
A new study reveals that the very air we breathe may be killing us. Veuer’s Tony Spitz has the details.
Things to know today: Biden opens 5-day Asia trip; CDC urges boosters for kids; McIlroy leads after Day 1 of PGA Championship. Get caught up.
Dolphins are some of the smartest creatures on the planet and apparently some of the most innovative, as well. Buzz60’s Tony Spitz has the details.
The World Bank said on May 18 it will make $30 billion available to help stem a food security crisis threatened by Russia's war in Ukraine, which has cut off most grain exports from the two countries.
Former Trump advisor Fiona Hill says while Trump admired Putin, the feeling wasn't mutual. Veuer’s Tony Spitz has the details.
Former Spanish King Juan Carlos is due to land in Spain later on Thursday (May 19) for his first visit since he departed to Abu Dhabi in 2020 under a cloud of financial scandals that shook the Royal House.
A woman in Vietnam noticed hundreds of snails had crawled into her yard after heavy rain, a massive drug smuggling tunnel was found running under the US-Mexico border, and more of today's top videos.
A 21-year-old Russian tank commander accused of a war crime apologized in court to the widow of a man he is accused of killing in cold blood. Veuer’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.