On a snowy February afternoon, the outdoor West End pool in the capital city of Reykjavik was busy. Steam rose off the hot tubs, heated by Iceland's vast geothermal network.
Laughter and chatting filled the air. This is Iceland's meeting place. And in a country with minimal daylight in the long, gray winter, these pools might be the key to Iceland's happiness.
Iceland's natural surroundings, though stunning, can be harsh and desolate. Snow, sleet and rain blow wildly in the wind during the winter. The island's population of 332,000 people, mostly centered around Reykjavik, hunkers down to wait it out, usually indoors.
Call it a late wedding present. Last year's royal knot-tying between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has delivered a much-needed boost to Brexit-addled London
March is Women's History Month, so it would have been a great moment for the first all-women spacewalk, with astronauts Anne McClain and Christina Koch. That was NASA's plan this week,
A fuzzy snout nosed into my open car window, followed by a pair of brown eyes under enviable lashes.
Social media rumors of child abductions by members of the Roma ethnic minority have sparked a wave of violence in France, although authorities have dismissed the claims as baseless.
Facebook announced Wednesday that it would ban all "praise, support and representation of white nationalism and separatism" on Facebook and Instagram.
The group has been such a success that the team will hold tryouts again this fall
The event allegedly occurred while the two were preparing for the women’s short program at the ISU World Figure Skating Championships
The European Union says it has developed a strategy to keep its 5G networks secure. It does not include a blanket ban on Huawei equipment.
Top negotiators from the US and China will meet yet again in Beijing on Thursday and Friday, in the latest attempt by the world's two largest economies to hammer out a trade deal.