Cyanogen Wanted To Kill Google’s Android, But Instead Killed Itself

The company that claimed it was “putting a bullet through Google’s head” has announced it will close by the end of 2016.

The town where Mikhail Gorbachev grew up

Twenty-five years since the USSR collapsed, Sarah Rainsford visits Mikhail Gorbachev’s hometown to talk to people there about his legacy.

DeMarcus Cousins To Lakers And Other Potential NBA Trades That Would Rock The League

While a DeMarcus Cousins trade to the Los Angeles Lakers would shock the NBA, there are other trade scenarios that would be newsworthy.

Thirteen killed in Mexican wave of drug violence

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Thirteen people were killed in the restive Mexican states of Michoacan and Guerrero, Mexican authorities said on Sunday, amid feuds between rival drug gangs that have racked the country.

Holiday greetings from the International Space Station

NASA releases a video Christmas message from the crew aboard the International Space Station where the astronauts are spending the holidays and sharing some ‘haute’ space cuisine. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Honduran migrants rush to beat Trump to the border

As a Trump presidency nears, migrants in Honduras flee perils like gang violence in greater numbers, hoping to make it to the U.S. before Trumps makes good on his campaign rhetoric to crack down on illegal immigration. Ashraf Fahim reports.

UFC: Best Fighters 25 And Under In Every Division

A handful of young guns are on the cusp of making a major splash in the UFC. They could very well be the stars of tomorrow in the promotion.

Suspect held after one killed in suburban New York club shooting: media

(Reuters) – A 36-year-old man was taken into custody on suspicion of fatally shooting a suburban New York nightclub owner and wounding five others after being ejected from a Christmas party on Sunday, local media reported.