Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg has inspired the cross-country climate marches, but accountability lies with governments and corporations.
How Ukraine has reacted to controversy over a phone call between its President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and Donald Trump.
The most popular president of the Fifth Republic actually achieved alarmingly little during his tenure.
Monitoring the timing of recurring biological events is key to understanding the effects of climate change.
His prorogation was ruled unlawful, but that won't stop the prime minister playing the populist card.
If the draft tax law is approved by the Indonesian parliament, individuals and businesses will be affected by at least six important changes.
Mineral-rich Mongolia is experiencing a mining boom, but its growth is creating distrust and conflict with herder communities.
More than 20 countries have banned e-cigarettes.
More than two out of three displaced people are not refugees, but remain within their own country.
Resettlement plans for large infrastructure projects don't always go according to plan.
Because Helicobacter Pylori is contagious, treating it properly is key to preventing its spread.
Had the EU eliminated all subsidies between 2010 and 2017, its emissions would have been 9% lower over the period and governments across the EU would have saved US$441 billion.
New regulations on the use of folklore are a hindrance to local artists.
All the virtual personal assistants on the market today come with a default female voice and is programmed to respond to all kinds of suggestive questions and comments.
Given that we know humans moved across these landscapes, we wondered whether there might also be evidence of other forms of human activity on these surfaces of sand.
Nigerian men who wear their hair in knots are not a new phenomenon, but the hairstyle's spiritual heritage sparks fear in the hearts of many.
Coalition negotiations begin in Israel after neither Benjamin Netanyahu nor Benny Gantz secure a majority.
While not all men are willing to become involved in women and children’s health, some situations force them take on 'women’s work'.
A particular type of mind could be more susceptible to political partisanship, on either side of the traditionally defined political spectrum.
Two deadly viruses are ravaging the DRC. Why are we only hearing about one of them?