Australian media has already suggested the vessel could be excavated in time for 2020, the 250th anniversary of Cook becoming the first European to land at Botany Bay.
- by Steve Bird
The US President's declaration that "I don't have an attorney-general" was not merely the cry of an executive feeling betrayed by a subordinate; it was also a raw expression of vulnerability and anger.
- by Ashley Parker & Philip Rucker
A jacket worn by Harrison Ford as Han Solo is expected to sell for up to £1 million ($1.8 million) at an auction of movie memorabilia.
- by Andrew MacAskill
An affidavit accuses the owner of a Texas company that makes untraceable 3D-printed guns of paying $500 cash to have sex with a female under 17.
Nearly half of all mobile phone calls next year in the US will come from scammers, according to a company that provides call blocking technology.
- by Hamza Shaban
Attorney-General Jeff Sessions praised Trump for taking action to fight crime, only hours after the President levelled one of his strongest attacks on him yet.
- by Toluse Olorunnipa
As floodwater surrounded the van, two deputy sheriffs were able to climb onto the roof but were unable to remove two women from the back seat.
- by Martha Waggoner
"We believe the defendants used their good looks and charms to lower the inhibitions of their potential prey," authorities said.
- by Meagan Flynn
James Cook's famed first voyage of discovery was aboard HM Bark Endeavour, the most famous ship in the world. And then the little ship was lost to history. Here's what happened.
- by Tony Wright
Just two northern white rhinos are left in the world, both female and too old to reproduce. This means the subspecies is functionally extinct.
- by Bradley Fikes