A French battleship sunk by German torpedoes in 1917 is lying upright and almost intact at the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea, where it was found by an unmanned submarine surveying a proposed gas pipeline route between Italy and Algeria.
The cheapest stock in the S&P 500 isn't a financial services company or an automaker - it's Tenet Healthcare, which owns and operates about fifty hospitals nationwide. Despite offering a seemingly recession-proof service, Tenet's stock dropped 78% in 2008, and shares have traded close to $1 apiece since November.
The teenager who opened fire inside an Omaha, Nebraska, mall Wednesday wrote that he knew "everyone will remember me as some sort of monster," according to his handwritten suicide note released Friday.
A college student embarks on a shooting spree, taking 32 lives. A teenager with an assault rifle opens fire on holiday shoppers in a department store in middle America. And, long before that, two youths turn the halls of their high school into a virtual abattoir, leaving some 13 dead before killing themselves.
Dozens of calls flooded the Omaha Police Department's 911 emergency line after a gunman opened fire inside the city's Westroads Mall, with witnesses calling in tones that ranged from almost matter-of-fact to near terror.
The troubled teen who killed eight people and himself at an Omaha, Nebraska, mall was placed in a mental health treatment center five years ago after making homicidal threats toward his stepmother, a state official said Thursday.