More than two thousand volunteers hit the beach on an outlying island of Hong Kong for a mass rubbish clean up Sunday as environment campaigners warned plastic is killing sea turtles and other wildlife.
The following is an edited transcript of the chat with Ann Rule conducted on Tuesday, January 12, 1999. Ann Rule: I can't tell you the exact true story "Possession" was based on. Ann Rule: Yes, there were too many people with their hands out for money in the cadet case. And too many people were telling all the secrets in it to the papers. Question: Ann, do you have an opinion about Jeffrey Mac Donald's guilt or innocence? Question: I recently read your newsletter on your web site and it was very interesting to read the updates on the people in your books. Ann Rule: I have not read "Fatal Justice," but I have read voluminous excerpts. And there are eight writers in Boulder now, just waiting to write. Question: Have you ever thought of writing your own book about the Green River murders?
A mega-strike by Brazilian truck drivers furious over high fuel costs eased Tuesday on the ninth day of transport chaos that has paralyzed Latin America's biggest economy and rattled the unpopular government.
A senior figure in the North Korean regime was en route to the US on Wednesday, and Russia's top diplomat was preparing to visit Pyongyang as diplomatic preparations for a historic nuclear summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un gathered pace.
Belgian police were Wednesday investigating how a gunman on their own watchlist for contacts with Islamist extremists came to launch a brazen suspected terror attack, shooting dead two female officers with their own weapons before killing a bystander.
Italy's caretaker prime minister is expected to unveil his cabinet line up Wednesday in a bid to end the chaos that has raised fears for the stability of eurozone after the populist coalition's bid to govern collapsed.
For Hong Kong's "part-time girlfriends", social media provides an easy way to connect with clients looking for sex, but campaigners warn that online convenience is tempting girls as young as 13 to put themselves at risk.
A mega-strike by Brazilian truck drivers furious over high fuel costs eased slightly Tuesday after nine days that paralyzed transport across Latin America's biggest economy and rattled the unpopular government.
Serena Williams admitted her eye-catching, figure-hugging black catsuit she sported on her Roland Garros return on Tuesday was inspired by the smash hit Black Panther movie but was also intended to help women with post-natal complications.
Rafael Nadal racked up his 80th win at the French Open on Tuesday as the 10-time champion defeated Italian lucky loser Simone Bolelli 6-4, 6-3, 7-6 (11/9) to reach the second round, but then blasted the showpiece Philippe Chatrier Court for being too slippery.
Rafael Nadal racked up his 80th French Open win, while Maria Sharapova battled back from a final set deficit to reach the second round as Serena Williams made her eagerly-awaited Roland Garros return to Grand Slam tennis on Tuesday.
A Malian migrant who scaled a Paris apartment block to save a four-year-old child was hailed Monday as an "example" by President Emmanuel Macron, who welcomed him to the presidential palace and offered him citizenship.
Ivanka Trump is facing an online backlash for tweeting what one critic called a "tone deaf" photo of herself cuddling her son as outrage grows over a federal government policy to separate the children of undocumented migrants from their parents.
Shares of budget carrier Air Asia fell to a six-month low Wednesday after Indian authorities raided the airline's local offices and accused its boss Tony Fernandes of illegally obtaining operating licences.