Father of 30 strikes it rich, unearthing three huge rare gems

Father of 30 strikes it rich, unearthing three huge rare gems

Tanzanite, with a deep violet-blue color, is considered to be one of the rarest gemstones on earth.
New York attorney general sues to dissolve NRA

New York attorney general sues to dissolve NRA

New York's attorney general announces a lawsuit aimed at dissolving the powerful gun lobbying group.
World's remotest Irish bar: 'We will survive Covid'

World's remotest Irish bar: 'We will survive Covid'

It has been closed since April, you can’t reach it by car, and it's a two-day hike from the nearest airport.
Mauritius facing environmental crisis as shipwreck leaks oil

Mauritius facing environmental crisis as shipwreck leaks oil

MV Wakashio breaking up after running aground at Pointe d’Esny near marine parkThe Indian Ocean island of Mauritius is facing an environmental crisis after oil began leaking from a bulk carrier that
Subject of "Audrie & Daisy" documentary dies by suicide at 23

Subject of "Audrie & Daisy" documentary dies by suicide at 23

Daisy Coleman was an advocate for sexual abuse victims who became the subject of a Netflix documentary.
Cameron Diaz reveals why she quit acting

Cameron Diaz reveals why she quit acting

Former Hollywood star Cameron Diaz has revealed her reasons for retiring from the movie business, saying she found "peace" when she quit acting.
Jeff Bezos Sells One Million Amazon Shares Worth $3.1 Billion

Jeff Bezos Sells One Million Amazon Shares Worth $3.1 Billion

It’s unclear why the Amazon founder, and world’s richest person, shed the stock.
Hiroshima bomb: Japan marks 75 years since nuclear attack

Hiroshima bomb: Japan marks 75 years since nuclear attack

The first nuclear weapon used in war killed 140,000 people - Japan surrendered days later, ending WW2.
Weather experts issue most threatening hurricane forecast yet

Weather experts issue most threatening hurricane forecast yet

Labeling the 2020 hurricane season "extremely active," meteorologists are now predicting so many named storms they may run out of letters of the alphabet.
Hospitals damaged in Beirut blast forced to turn away patients

Hospitals damaged in Beirut blast forced to turn away patients

"I don't think we can handle what's coming," one doctor said, as crises have piled up on the Middle Eastern nation.