David Tennant is already famous in the United Kingdom for his performance on Doctor Who, a long-running BBC sci-fi show. Now he's made history on another popular British program of a very different kind.
Russian hacker Evgeniy Bogachev has infected hundreds of thousands of computers. Yet he's free, steering his yacht around the Black Sea. But that could soon come to an end as the FBI is offering $3 million to catch him.
In Bolivia, bicyclists are drawn to a dirt road that is known as the "road of death." It's windy, narrow and edged out of the side of a mountain. So off the road is a steep, deadly drop. Sound great, right?
Death is expensive. The American casket industry is a $1.5 billion business, leading some families to seek out cheaper options from China. But the Chinese haven't been able to bury the American competition.
As many as 90 Assyrian Christians have been kidnapped from villages in northeastern Syria by ISIS fighters, and may become fodder for a prisoner exchange between the militants and the Kurdish rebels who are holding some jihadis captive.
Western recruits to ISIS are evolving new ways to reach the Syrian front lines, using "broken travel" to take circuitous roots to joining jihadi groups. Such tactics are making potential fighters even harder to spot for Europe's many intelligence agencies.