NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this week
A roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue headlines of the week. None of these stories is legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. The Associated Press checked these out; here are the real facts: ——— NOT REAL: BREAKING: Federal Judge Nullifies
AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from Latin America, Caribbean
AP PHOTOS: Heart surgery knocks FARC leader out of Colombia's presidential race, Ecuadorean indigenous protest against mineral development in the Amazon and fierce storm hits Mexico City with heavy rain and hail
Coke, Nestlé not negotiating to privatize massive aquifer
Coke, Nestlé not negotiating to privatize massive aquifer in South America
Eastern Airlines Mystery Continues: 'We Were So Close'
“We were close.” That’s how Dan Futrell and Isaac Stoner – the 30-something Bostonians who scaled Bolivia’s Mt. Illimani to search for the black box of an Eastern Airlines jet downed in 1985 – reacted to the National Transportation Safety Board’s announcement that the debris they recovered hasn’t
MH370 and Five Other Unsolved Aviation Mysteries
After nearly three years and $160 million dedicated to scouring the bottom of the Indian Ocean, authorities suspended the search today for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. The Boeing 777, with 239 people on board, disappeared after inexplicably veering off course on March 8, 2014, in turn creating the
Men Scale Bolivian Mountain, Find Black Box Remains From Crashed Flight 980
Dan Futrell and Isaac Stoner scaled Mt. Illimani after reading about the missing black boxes on Wikipedia.
Unearthing the 32-Year Mystery of Crashed Eastern Airlines Flight 980
The two young men are no strangers to adventure. Memorabilia from their physical accomplishments adorns one of the men's small Boston apartment. From handmade signs of support for a recent marathon to photos from a New Year’s hike to a Maine mountain top, dog in tow. But the evidence of a
Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton Discuss Muslim Ban
The Republican and Democratic presidential candidates discuss Islamophobia in the United States.
What Are Pop-Up Picnics?
A new kind of party is sweeping the U.S. - a fresh twist on fine dining with a bit of mystery involved!
Venezuela's Woes Draw Neighbors' Ire as Trade Leadership Hangs in Balance
Leadership of South America’s largest trading bloc is in question, as the country meant to assume MERCOSUR's rotating presidency has apparently failed to meet legal and human rights standards required for membership. Opposition from three countries to Venezuela assuming the helm of South America’s