Patti Smith needed two attempts to get through Bob Dylan's "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall" at the Nobel Prize ceremony in Stockholm on Saturday. The American singer-songwriter forgot the lyrics in the second verse and had to pause to regain her composure. "I apologize. I'm sorry, I'm so nervous,"
The Martian landscape is otherworldly. The ground is twisted into ropelike coils, rippling waves and jagged spikes; sulfurous gases billow from vents in the ground, bits of volcanic glass glitter in faint sunlight that filters through the undulating fog. Two astronauts clamber across the tortured
A suicide bomber on Saturday blew himself up inside an army base in the southern city of Aden, killing 45 soldiers and wounding another 50, security officials said. They said the bomber detonated a belt of explosives he was wearing amid hundreds of soldiers lining up to collect their salaries in
Bristol Palin is expecting her third child. The daughter of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin announced her pregnancy Friday on Entertainment Tonight. She and husband Dakota Meyer said they are excited and "blessed" to welcome a baby in the spring. A Palin family spokesman confirmed the 26-year-old
The Pentagon will send another 200 Special Operations troops to Syria, a senior official said on Saturday, substantially expanding the U. S. military footprint as part of an effort to topple the Islamic State capital there. Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter, speaking at a conference in Bahrain,
The Stanford marching band has been temporarily suspended through next spring after a panel found repeated violations of school policies. The punishment announced Friday comes after the band was barred from performing at away games during the 2015-16 season for violating policies on sexual harassment,