(UsKings.us) A new study suggests that ancient Mars not only had an ocean, it experienced a tsunami unlike anything we've seen on Earth, reports Cosmos. The study in the Journal of Geophysical Research—Planets identifies a 75-mile-wide crater in the north as the likely source, reports the BBC.
(UsKings.us) The "Fearless Girl" will stare down the Wall Street bull for another year
(UsKings.us) On Monday, NFL owners voted 31-1 to approve the relocation of the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas.
(UsKings.us) Not all reboots are created equal.
(UsKings.us) Where can I get a red iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus and how much does it cost?
(UsKings.us) A notorious fault that runs along a bustling suburb in California could be deadlier than first thought, scientists have revealed
The Summer of Love, 50 years on: Intimate portraits of legendary rockers and the hippie movement that overtook the streets of 1967 San Francisco
(UsKings.us) It was an iconic event that would come to symbolize the height of hippie culture: San Francisco’s 1967 Summer of Love drew an estimated 100,000 people from all over the country in an explosion of music, art, expression and drugs.
The ice sheet that once blanketed North America will be completely GONE in 300 years because of global warming, scientists warn
(UsKing.us) The Barnes Ice Cap on Baffin Island is set to melt in 300 years because of a warming climate, researchers have found. The Delaware-sized ice cap in the Canadian Arctic is the last piece of ice sheet that once blanketed much of North America. Although the ice cap is still 500 meters thick, it's melting at a rapid pace driven by increased greenhouse gases in the atmosphere that have elevated Arctic temperatures.
Stunning wheelchair-bound models strike a pose on the catwalk as Moscow Fashion Week promotes diversity on the runway
(UsKing.us) Elegant disabled models took to the catwalk in their wheelchairs in a stunning show for Moscow Fashion Week today.
(UsKings.us) More than 5 million people in South Sudan do not have access to safe, clean water, compounding the country’s problems of famine and civil war, according to UNICEF. Even those South Sudanese who can find water spend much of their day hiking, fetching and carrying the containers of the precious fluid that is essential to life.