From his Cessna a mile above the southern Amazon, John Carter looks down on the destruction of the world’s greatest ecological jewel. He watches men converting rain forest into cattle pastures and soybean fields with bulldozers and chains
In 1965, U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins deserted his post in South Korea and fled to the communist Northa move he now calls “the stupidest thing I have ever done.” He spent nearly four decades inside the Hermit Kingdom, as a lingering mystery of the cold war.
An inquiry into the crash of a British aircraft in Afghanistan three years ago calls the accident “preventable,” citing a loss of focus on safety in an effort to save money for the armed forces, the defense secretary said Wednesday.
What would you see if you could fly over Mars in a plane and look out the window?