"The Day Ahead" wanted to learn more about who exactly writes the rules for space exploration and what happens when these rules are broken. Thanks to the Outer Space Treaty, there's much more clarity about what can and cannot go down when you're out of this world.
Who Makes The Rules In Space?
Countries are working together to set guidelines for international cooperation in our solar system.
You can watch the first livestream from Mars Friday
The mission is being conducted in celebration of the 20-year anniversary of the launch of the Mars Express.
How to see the full 'strawberry moon' in June
June also brings a good opportunity to see Venus in the night sky.
North Korea's spy satellite launch fails, plunging rocket into ocean
North Korea wants to be able to observe joint drills the U.S. holds with South Korea. it plans to attempt a second launch soon.
Calif. Senate passes bill to stop employees confronting shoplifters
Supporters of the bill say it would improve the safety of employees in the state while opponents claim it would do nothing to address violence.
Show featuring Black birder at center of false report in NYC to debut
"Extraordinary Birder with Christian Cooper" will debut on Nat Geo Wild on June 17.
Corporate bankruptcies this year hit highest level since 2010
Party City, Bed Bath & Beyond, and mattress seller Serta Simmons are just some of the nearly 300 corporations that have filed for bankruptcy so far.