3 Children and 1 Woman Drowned While Migrating Across the Aegean Sea
ATHENS - Three children and a woman drowned on Tuesday in the Aegean Sea after the bottom fell out of an overcrowded dinghy carrying migrants from neighboring Turkey, dropping passengers into the water, Greek officials said.
Four people drown after boat carrying migrants sinks off Greece
One person still missing, 22 others rescued following incident near the Greek island of Chios in the Aegean Sea.
The One Per Cent vs. the Two Per Cent in the Hamptons
East Hampton, being East Hampton, is home to many people who have access to private jets and helicopters. It is also home to many people who do not.
I'm Not a Pilot, but I Just Flew a Helicopter Over California
Credit... By Ryan Young
New technology, a few iPads and a quick tutorial can help anyone act like a pilot. Dealing with air traffic control is another matter.
Colombia's president hails capture of cartel boss Dairo Antonio Usuga
Colombia's president, Iván Duque, has celebrated the downfall of "the most feared drug trafficker on Earth" after one of South America's most wanted men was captured at his rainforest hideout following a cinematic manhunt involving hundreds of troops as well as US and British intelligence agencies.
Current approach to wildfires risks lives and wastes money, say experts
A new approach is urgently needed to tackle global wildfires as current methods are no longer working, draining the public purse and placing lives at risk, according to experts.
Vanessa Bryant recounts dealing with 'callous' L.A. County on day Kobe and Gianna died
An assistant to Vanessa Bryant's family knocked on the door of their Orange County home last year and told her the news: that the helicopter carrying her husband, Kobe, and daughter, Gianna, had crashed.
Aid to Haiti sent by sea to bypass rising gang violence, UN food agency says
The World Food Programme (WFP) is now using seafaring barges to ship supplies to earthquake victims in southern Haiti, after escalating gang violence made overland journeys unsafe for aid convoys.
Drone search widens for dogs trapped by La Palma eruption
Drone operators on the Canary island of La Palma have launched a high-stakes effort to search for and retrieve at least four dogs who have been stranded for weeks by the continuing volcanic eruption.