- Reuters via Yahoo News4 days ago
By Gopal Sharma KATHMANDU (Reuters) - Nepal will measure Mount Everest afresh to settle a controversy over height of the world's tallest peak, especially after some estimates suggested ...
- ESPN4 days ago
rantnrave:// The Aaron Hernandez story gets sadder. The former Patriots star was posthumously diagnosed with severe CTE. What does it mean for the NFL that a 27-year-old who was supposed to ...
- Washington Post3 days ago
If you search “official height of Mount Everest,” the Internet will churn out an instant answer of 29,029 feet. But that might not be the case, according to government of Nepal ...
- MSN News7 hours ago
KUALA LUMPUR: Former Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Pribumi) founding member Anina Saadudin is disappointed that party chairman Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad had labelled those who quit the party as "rubbish".
- Detroit Free Press14 hours ago
In the past decade, several quakes around the world have killed hundreds of thousands of people.
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Former minister says Malaysia is a 'sick Muslim country which teaches you the wrong things'.
How 1930s New Orleans architects envisioned an airport for the ages, 'the embodiment of strength and vigor'New Orleans Times-Picayune8 hours ago
In this monthly feature, New Orleans architects share their thoughts on the city's buildings. Today's topic explores how architecture can capture the spirit of innovation. What building in Louisiana ...
- New York Daily News3 days ago
A 19-year-old Indiana University freshman survived 60 hours locked in a gated cave after his tour group accidentally left him behind. Lukas Cavar says he screamed for hours with no success, ...
- ESPN7 days ago
It's a long line to draw from the summit of Mount Everest to a comedy club on the corner of West 53rd Street and 8th Avenue in Times Square, and one of little significance to most ...
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The federal government’s violation of his privacy made national headlines in 2010. The next round of the Invictus Games starts in Toronto next week, and will involve 550 participants from 17 nations competing in 12 parasport categories.