Red Bull gives you wings … or a balloon and parachute! On Sunday, Oct. 14, Austrian Felix Baumgartner made history when he became the first person to ever break the speed of sound in free fall. Read and watch his historic feat here!
You may have seen the video on YouTube describing the decreasing European population and the statistics showing that Germany will be a Muslim state by the year 2050. It’s scenario playing in other countries too. In short, Islam is taking over western Europe.
With recent hurricanes, wars, earthquakes and other natural disasters clouding the news, it causes us to wonder if the end of the world looms in the near future.
Not only does the war in Libya affect us as a country, but also as individuals. Here is your update on what is happening in Libya, and how the U.S. is involved.
The devastating tsunami in northeastern Japan evoked fear and panic from people all around the world. Now, 2 ½ weeks later, many are trying to find ways to help.
Completely confused about what’s going on across the globe? Here is your Egypt wrap-up.
After the Haiti earthquake Jan. 12, Laura Silsby sped up her plans to establish an orphanage in the Dominican Republic. She solicited volunteers throughout the United States to help open her orphanage immediately. Corban junior Bianca Davis discovered her friends Matt and Lora Crider had gone with the team to the Dominican Republic. “You never really understand the seriousness of a situation until someone you know is involved,” she said.