Serbia's president pledged on Sunday to defend the country's law and order a day after opposition supporters stormed the national TV station protesting what they said is his autocratic rule and firm control of the media.
To understand the history of climate change, researchers are digging underneath the ocean floor where organisms and plants have accumulated in sediment over millennia. Maureen Raymo studies this science of paleoclimatology using a vast collection of materials at Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. NewsHour Weekend's Hari Sreenivasan reports.
Judge Amy Berman Jackson, while sentencing Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, reminded her courtroom -- and indirectly the president -- that Manafort's trial was unrelated to questions of collusion with Russia. "Court is one of those places where facts still matter," Jackson said. "The 'no collusion' mantra is simply a non sequitur."
Preliminary data retrieved from the flight data recorder of the Ethiopian Airlines plane that crashed shows "a clear similarity" with an earlier disaster in Indonesia, Ethiopia's transport minister said Sunday.
Thousands mourned the Ethiopian plane crash victims on Sunday, accompanying 17 empty caskets draped in the national flag through the streets of the capital as some victims' relatives fainted and fell to the ground.