A US hunt for the gunman accused of murdering a grandfather and posting the crime on Facebook ended Tuesday with the suspect killing himself after a brief pursuit with police in Pennsylvania. Steve Stephens, 37, thought to have been mentally unstable,...Read More »
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Ohio police say Steve Stephens was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in his car.Read More »
Steve Stephens, the gunman, has since been found dead.Read More »
For the past two years, Google has been working on a new version of one of its most popular tools: Google Earth. Along with introducing several new features to the popular mobile and desktop app, it also makes the app more usable and more informative than it has been in any of its previous iterations.
When you load up the new Google Earth for the first time, it will give you several things to try. First it will tell you to search for a location you want to check out. Once you reach a destination, you will be presented with a series of Knowledge Cards for the various points of interest in that area, pulling information from Wikipedia to give you a basic rundown of landmarks like the Eiffel Tower or the Empire State Building.
Once you're down learning, you can zoom back out and hold the Shift button while dragging on the map to orbit the world in 3D. You can also explore the new Voyager feature to take interactive guided tours from partners like BBC Earth and DigitalGlobe. You'll even be treated to clips from Planet Earth II.
In addition to the features mentioned above, Google has also added a 3D button to the map that will let users view locations from any angle and an "I'm Feeling Lucky" button to the menu that will randomly drop them somewhere interesting. In other words, it's more fun than ever to waste time playing with Google Earth.
You can try out the new Google Earth now on Chrome browsers. Google plans to roll out the latest version of the app this week on Android devices and says that it will be available soon on iOS and other browsers.
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As tensions continue to rise in Asia with North Korea threatening nuclear activity, Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric takes a look at the United States' most important alliance in the region, Japan, and how the two nations went from sworn enemies to allies. Vice President Pence is in the country today.
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In an interview with “Fox & Friends,” the president would not comment on Pyongyang’s failed weekend launch of ballistic missile. Trump also appeared to conflate supreme leader Kim Jong Un with Un’s late father, Kim Jong Il.
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BEIJING (AP) — Leaders of 28 countries are set to attend a Chinese summit next month showcasing President Xi Jinping's signature foreign policy initiative, but few will hail from major Western countries.
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The United States is deploying "a few dozen" troops to Somalia to assist the national army and conduct unspecified security operations, a US military spokeswoman said Saturday. The soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division, a light infantry unit train...Read More »
Stunning photos from inside the glistening underground spaces show a warm orange glow spreading out across the horizon.Read More »
By John Davison BEIRUT (Reuters) - A bomb blast hit a bus convoy waiting to enter Aleppo on Saturday, killing and wounding dozens of people after an evacuation deal between Syria's warring sides halted and stranded thousands at two transit points on t...Read More »