Yesterday, in the spirit of landing things on distant satellites, Lunar Mission One launched a Kickstarter with the aim of raising funds to probe the south pole of the moon
Instead of retiring from the US Air Force after his plane was shot out of the sky, Brian Shul underwent physical therapy and became the pilot of a SR-71 spy plane, also known as the "Blackbird."
I spoke to the director of Anti-Slavery International about how the bill - which is being debated in parliament today - could be improved.
Campaign organiser Deborah Hermanns told me it's all about perseverance.
A new start-up named Miroculus has created a device that hopes to detect cancerous cells and various other diseases using your phone and a few drops of blood.
The only place in the Southern Hemisphere that monitored comets and asteroids just got closed down due to a lack of funding. Does that put the planet at risk?
The news follows the publication of an audio message in which Shahidullah Shahid appeared to announce a mass defection to the militants attempting to carve out a caliphate in Iraq and Syria.
The British military has never before deployed the highly controversial unmanned aircraft outside Afghanistan.
A day after footage of police beating a protester stirred further unrest, negotiations called off last week are back on. But Beijing won't change its mind on free elections.
With all eyes on the Islamic State, it's easy to forget that a key Western ally — and member of the UN Human Rights Council — is engaging in brutal executions of its own.
David Bolam is 'safe and well' after his release, but suggestions that a payment secured his freedom have agitated British authorities.