Hundreds of thousands of bits of space junk are orbiting the planet, according to NASA. And it's a huge problem. This animation depicts the distribution and movement of man-made objects orbiting Earth.NASA Orbital Debris Program Office at JSC
NASA Orbital Debris Program Office at JSC
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Venezuelan activist was released on Thursday from the Krome Detention Center in Miami-Dade. Coello, 22, was allegedly tortured by the Nicolás Maduro regime in 2014. He fled to the U.S. in 2015 and was in the process of seeking political asylum. He was detained by immigration officials on Wednesday.
Guy Philippe's defense attorneys discuss the reason the Haitian senator and former police commander pled guilty Monday in Miami federal court to a drug-related, money-laundering conspiracy charge that could send him to prison for at least nine years.
One police officer was killed and two injured in a shooting attack on Paris’ Champs-Elysees boulevard on Thursday. French police confirmed that the suspect was shot and killed by officers while fleeing the scene. Hundreds of police swarmed the area near the Arc de Triomphe following the attack that occurred around 9pm. This video from Ludovic Vickers shows the police response in the aftermath of the attack.
Grenada Prime Minister Keith Mitchell and St. Lucia Prime Minister Allen Chastanet discuss their countries' prospects at recent "Caribbean Dilemma" conference organized by the Miami Herald and the World Bank.
Venezuelans have been taking to the streets since early April demanding elections, the sacking of Supreme Court judges and freedom for political prisoners. Hundreds of people have been arrested and a handful have been killed during the widespread protests.