As a massive tornado tore through Moore, Oklahoma, on Monday afternoon, a news helicopter belonging to KFOR, the NBC-affiliated television station nearby, tracked it the whole time, providing a visual exclamation point for the meteorologists who were warning residents to seek shelter.
As the school day was ending, parents in the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore were forced to make an impossible calculation – rush to schools to gather up their children and risk being caught in the open, or trust that the reinforced walls of the school buildings would shelter them.
As the school day was ending, parents in Moore, a suburb of Oklahoma City, were forced to make an impossible calculation - rush to schools to gather up their children and risk being caught in the open, or trust that the reinforced walls of the school buildings would shelter them.
The debate in Britain over legalising gay marriage took a surreal turn on Tuesday after a senior politician said it could result in a lesbian queen giving birth to an heir by artificial insemination.
As night descended on the scenes of destruction in Oklahoma City, rescue workers continued to search for survivors of a massive tornado responsible for more then 50 deaths.
The tornado that slammed into the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore on Monday, killing more than 50 people with winds up to 320 kilometres per hour, was given a preliminary ranking of EF4, the second most powerful category on the Enhanced Fujita Scale.
Not one, but two queens have given the thumbs up to Australia's entry in the Chelsea Flower Show in London.
British Prime Minister David Cameron's flagship gay marriage policy deepened a rift in his own party on Monday after many of his own MPs defied him in a sign of growing strains on his leadership and his coalition government.
A British mountaineer's interview with the BBC on his smartphone from the top of Mount Everest has stirred controversy with the Nepalese government calling the broadcast "illegal", officials said on Monday.
The owners of a New Zealand guesthouse who refused to let a lesbian couple share a bed are standing firm despite threats.
Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward following the indecent assault of a woman on a train ...
University of Western Sydney students are ramping up their campaign against cuts to tertiary education and student welfare.
A hairdresser will be charged with another alleged indecent assault of a client, at his Merrylands salon.