Historic SpaceX U.S. crew launch scrubbed due to weather
SpaceX, billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk's private rocket company, was forced by foul weather to scrub a planned launch on Wednesday of two Americans into orbit from Florida, a mission that would be the first spaceflight of NASA astronauts from U.S. soil in nine years. Gavino Garay has more.

The New Normal: Is this the end of cash?
Banknotes are not hygienic, the WHO has warned. With some countries already on their way to becoming cashless, could the coronavirus pandemic mark the real beginning of the end of cash?

Live at work: One Colombian company's take on reopening
One Bogota textile factory takes an innovative approach at welcoming workers back while reducing risk of exposure, by building small studio apartments within the workshop. Gavino Garay has more.

Czech National Museum opens face mask exhibition
The Czech National Museum is opening an exhibition of face masks made by the public for future generations.

Large vortex forms in Arkansas sky
A beautiful cloud formation was captured in Prairie Grove, Arkansas on Monday (May 25).

Robot barista serves up coffee in South Korea
The new robot barista at a cafe in Daejeon, South Korea, is courteous and swift as it seamlessly makes its way towards customers.

Russian miniature artist puts masks on insects
Russian miniature artist Anatoly Konenko is making tiny face masks for creepy critters

NY Catholics receive their blessings, from a distance
Priests from Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church in New York City set out on Sunday morning to lead a procession called the Blessed Sacrament, to bring blessings to worshippers outside their homes while their church sanctuary is closed.

U.S. churches slowly begin to reopen
Some places of worship slowly began to reopen over the weekend in the United States at reduced capacity and with social distancing measures. Gavino Garay has more.

This Day in History

NASA Announces Discovery of Ice Deposits on Mars (2002)
Launched in April 2001, the Mars Odyssey spacecraft was sent by the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to look for evidence of water on Mars. A little over a year later, NASA announced that water had been detected there in the form of ice, suggesting the possibility of microbial life on the Red Planet. The Phoenix lander confirmed the presence of water in 2008. The presence of what element led NASA researchers to conclude that there was indeed water on Mars? Discuss

Christopher Reeve Is Paralyzed (1995)
Having starred in four Superman movies beginning in 1978, Reeve was an immensely popular actor by the 1990s. He was also an avid athlete and equestrian. During an event in 1995, his horse spooked before a jump, throwing Reeve. He landed on his head and was paralyzed from the neck down. He briefly considered suicide, but instead spent the rest of his life campaigning for spinal injury research. His friend Robin Williams was the first person to make Reeve laugh after the accident. How?

Vauxhall Bridge Opens in London (1906)
Vauxhall Bridge is an arch bridge over the River Thames in central London. Despite its public garden and location, the Vauxhall area was sparsely populated before the 19th century, and a plan for a bridge there was hatched in 1809 to help develop the area. The resulting bridge was in terrible shape by the end of the century, however, and construction on a new, richly decorated, steel-and-granite replacement began in 1898. A major transport artery today, the bridge is adorned with what statues?