Mexico's ex-public security chief convicted in US drug case - The Associated Press - en Español
In the footsteps of a woolly mammoth, 17000 years ago - The Straits Times
Mental health need increases amid long waitlists for professional help, sharp rise in emergency presentations - ABC News
Hurricane Otis kills at least 27 in devastating blow to Acapulco, Mexico, that tore through high-rises and inundated roads - CNN
Three-level bunks and mats on floors as migrant kids wait in Border Patrol facilities amid surge - CNN
NASA to unveil first images of historic asteroid sample - The Business Standard
European Stocks Dip Amid Mixed Earnings Reports: Markets Wrap - Yahoo Finance
(Bloomberg) -- Europe’s stock benchmark retreated from near a record high amid disappointing earnings from some of the region’s biggest companies. Most Read ...
UK High Court hears arguments in Assange's US extradition case without him present due to health reasons - Fox News
Julian Assange's hearing in London for his possible final appeal challenging his extradition to the U.S. kicked off on Tuesday, although he was absent from the courtroom.
Young girl dies after sand hole she was digging with little boy collapses on Florida beach - New York Post
“We were conducting life-saving techniques to try to bring her pulse back, and it never did recover, and she was pronounced dead at the hospital.”
Family friend of Texas girl Audrii Cunningham facing charges in 11-year-old's death, prosecutor says - The Associated Press
Authorities say they are set to file a murder charge against a man after the body of an 11-year-old girl was recovered from a Texas river. Sheriff Byron Lyons in Polk County, Texas, said Tuesday that divers recovered the body of Audrii Cunningham from the Tri…
Schiff blasts Porter's 'purity tests' in Senate debate - POLITICO
The tone turned chippy among Democrats in the final Senate debate before California’s March 5 primary.
NASA is looking for people to test out its Mars simulator for a year - NPR
The agency is accepting applicants for the second cohort of its Mars simulator mission. Participants will live and work from a 3D-printed, 1,700-square-foot facility at NASA's Houston space center.
A pacemaker for the brain helped a woman with crippling depression. It may soon offer hope to others - The Associated Press
Researchers are testing deep brain stimulation as a treatment for people with a severe form of depression. Doctors compare it to a pacemaker for the brain. It involves implanting electrodes in the brain, which are attached to a device placed under the skin in…
Exclusive: Israeli forces fired on food convoy in Gaza, UN documents and satellite analysis reveals - CNN
Israeli forces fired on a United Nations convoy carrying vital food supplies in central Gaza on February 5, before ultimately blocking the trucks from progressing to the northern part of the territory, where Palestinians are on the verge of famine, according …
Amid Backlash to Antisemitic Post, Harvard Professor Resigns as PSC Faculty Adviser, FSJP Member | News - Harvard Crimson
Walter Johnson, a professor of History and African and African American Studies, resigned as a faculty adviser to the Harvard Undergraduate Palestine Solidarity Committee and from Faculty and Staff for Justice in Palestine after the groups faced a wave of bac…