The cub, born on Sept. 3, goes exploring in her outdoor enclosure at a German zoo.
In Israel, people who are out and about regularly stumble upon what turn out to be ancient treasures.
The undefeated Davis, aka Tank, will defend his WBA lightweight title against Isaac “Pitbull’’ Cruz on Dec. 5 in Los Angeles.
Dwyane Wade recalls how his poor ACT scores nearly prevented him from playing college basketball and achieving his NBA dream.
Interpol, IKEA and the Pentagon are in the news.
Rare rose leaf-miner moth has existed in isolation since the last ice age.
Power-punching “Heartbreaker” meets stylistic “Cool Boy Steph” in a throwback brawler-versus-boxer classic Saturday night.
Fossils remains of ancient backbones reveal how our ancestors moved, says study.
A new ‘robot in the sky’ flies to the rescue, monitoring pipelines, railways, forests for signs of impending leaks, fires, theft or explosions.
Business owners worry rising prices will keep them from fully recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Formed in June, Fuerza Vecinal is running dozens of candidates for key mayorships and municipal representatives.
As the leaders face a drop in popularity, the people deal with serious social, economic and health issues.
International dealers had their own packing center to send cannabis buds to other countries.
Suspect bungled his plan by leaving a market receipt inside the suspicious package.
Argentine Navy saves a stranded sea lion stuck on a river bank.
A wildlife official safely led the young stag out of the trashed classroom.
Shatter-proof glass foiled bizarre escape bid of suspected rapist from a sixth-story hotel room.
A nude man sits for an artist on a beach — until the police chase him away.
Experiment will test whether an asteroid heading for Earth could be deflected from its course.
Carnivorous bees show the less sweet side of the world’s favorite insect.
Mothers become triggered to protect their newborns while fathers are made calmer and less likely to hurt them, study shows.
Company will supply refugee camps in Africa with systems to convert organic waste into cooking gas and fertilizer.
Put together Israel’s vast agricultural and technological knowhow, and you’ve got breakthroughs on a global scale.
Pilots were filmed making complicated course calculations on centuries-old tech that could be made by a calculator in seconds.
Supply costs, employee shortages and wage increases mean a slow recovery.
Demand is at the very least holding near pre-pandemic levels despite looming concerns about inflation.
“I look to be a solution and pray that I am an answered prayer for someone,” she says.