Earlier this year, one of America's most famous cars celebrated its 50th anniversary. Paul Henry was invited to join the press contingent in the United States to have a test drive of the special edition car.
The number of flights reflects the widening US-led air campaign that began with a more narrowly defined objective on August 8.
Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters have turned parts of Hong Kong into a massive street party, a day after riot police fired tear gas in ugly clashes.
For 10 years the spacecraft Rosetta has been chasing after a comet and now it is ready to land on it.
Australia has troops on standby in the Middle East as it decides whether to lend military support to the US in Iraq.
More than 30 are feared dead near the peak of a Japanese volcano that erupted without warning.
Police have fired tear gas as tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators brought parts of central Hong Kong to a standstill.
One person has been reported dead and more than 30 people have been injured after a Japanese volcano spewed ash and rocks, stranding dozens of hikers.
British lawmakers have voted overwhelmingly to join anti-jihadist air strikes in Iraq.
British police have arrested two more suspects in an investigation into "Islamist-related terrorism".
US authorities say they have no knowledge of a supposed plot by Islamic State radicals to attack US subway systems.
The buildup's been unsettled but the All Blacks still carry an air of authority into their Rugby Championship Test against Argentina.
New Zealand cricket star Chris Cairns has formally been charged with perverting the course of justice.
An attack on two police officers has caused outrage across Australia, which has triggered reprisals against the Muslim community.
The UN Security Council has unanimously approved a binding resolution to stem the flow of foreign jihadists to Iraq and Syria.
The jihadists have forced thousands of Syrian Kurds out of the countryside into the small town of Kobani, where they're now trying to get across the border into Turkey.
The British parliament will vote on whether to join US-led airstrikes against the Islamic State group in Iraq.
Australian police say there was "no choice" but to shoot dead a teen after he had stabbed two officers.
US President Barack Obama says there's no time limit on the airstrikes he authorised overnight against Islamic State (IS).
Waikato University's Al Gillespie says the difference between the attacks in Iraq and Syria is that the government of the former invited them, while the latter didn't.
The rare, almost completely intact 10,000-year-old skeleton stands 3.5m high and more than 5.5m long.
A white tiger has attacked and killed a schoolboy who appeared to have jumped or fallen into its enclosure at the zoo in the Indian capital, witnesses say.
A US-led air attack in Syria targeted al-Qaeda's Khorasan group who were planning "major attacks" against the West.
The Queen apparently purred when British Prime Minister David Cameron told her Scotland was staying part of the UK.
The US and partners have launched bombing raids against Islamic State extremists in Syria, the Pentagon says.
British surgeons are trialling a new way of treating cancer patients who have exhausted other forms of treatment.
For 20 years a Rwandan militia has been hiding out near the border of the Democratic Republic of Congo, unable to return home.
Thousands of Hong Kong students have begun a week-long boycott of classes in what activists say will become a wider campaign of civil disobedience against China.
More than 70,000 people in Scotland have signed a petition demanding a recount of the independence referendum.
A homeless man who jumped a White House fence and ran into the building with a knife had 800 rounds of ammunition in his car, a court has been told.
More than 130,000 Syrian Kurds have fled across the border to Turkey as Islamist State jihadists threaten a major Kurdish town.
NASA'S MAVEN spacecraft has successfully entered orbit around Mars, completing a journey that's taken nearly a year.
A cyclist had a near miss in Russia when they were caught in a car vs truck collision.
Most of the West African country's six million people were confined to their homes for a third straight day.
Activists have mobilised in cities across the globe for marches against climate change.
Turkey has welcomed home 46 hostages freed by Islamic State.
Eight members of a team dedicated to raising awareness of Ebola have been attacked and killed by a hostile crowd in a remote Guinea village.
Queen Elizabeth II has urged people in the UK to come together after Scots voted against independence.
Supporters of Scottish independence have reacted with bitter disappointment, their hopes of breaking away from Britain dashed.
The Thai Prime Minister has apologised after suggesting tourists in bikinis are more vulnerable to attack in Thailand.
Racial tensions have been ramped up in Australia after major anti-terror raids yesterday.
Scotland has rejected independence from the UK in historic vote with an unprecedented turnout.
US President Barack Obama has hailed Congress for backing his plan to arm moderate Syrian rebels and France for signing off on air strikes in Iraq.
Vote counting has begun in an epic independence referendum that could break up the centuries-old United Kingdom.
Waikato says around one in nine Australians who have returned from fighting in Iraq could be persuaded to continue the jihad at home.
The Islamic State group has released a video of a British freelance photojournalist, John Cantlie, in which he says he is being held captive.
Scotland has been voting in an epic independence referendum that could break up the centuries-old United Kingdom.
The world's whaling watchdog has agreed to toughen scrutiny of Japan's Antarctic hunts, but rejected a bid to expand protection in the South Atlantic.
Hundreds of Scots are streaming to polling booths around the country tonight to vote on independence - more than 4 million people are expected to have their say.
Fiji's opposition parties are demanding the vote count be suspended pending an investigation into what they say is election fraud.
What will Scotland do? By this time tomorrow, the world will know. Will it become an independent country, or will it remain part of the United Kingdom?
Australian police say a plot to behead a random member of the public in Sydney has been foiled after the country's biggest anti-terror raids.
The decision on Scotland's future starts now AAA the polling booths are open and people are beginning to stream in to cast their vote.
US lawmakers have voted to authorise training and arming of vetted Syrian rebels to combat Islamist radicals, despite misgivings by war-weary Democrats.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, who earned global notoriety for smoking crack cocaine while in office, will undergo chemotherapy to fight a malignant tumour.
Frank Bainimarama looks set to retain power in Fiji's first general election in eight years.
The "Yes" and "No" camps have mobilised thousands of volunteers to take to the streets across Scotland in a final push to win over undecided voters in the upcoming referendum.
A baby giant panda has been born at a wild animal centre at Xi'an, in northwest China.
Terror raids are currently being carried out across western Sydney involving the New South Wales Police and the Australian Federal Police.
Seth Casteel has a very unique job AAA he calls himself a lifestyle pet photographer and his first book Underwater Dogs was a bestseller in 2012.