One of Sweden's largest unions launched a one-week hotline for members to call and share their experiences with 'mansplaining' after receiving many complaints.
British Prime Minister Theresa May wants to preserve control over the terms of the Brexit from a Parliament divided between hardliners and those who never wanted to leave the EU.
How Gift of the Givers, a Muslim-funded philanthropy in Africa, has become one of the world's most unusual charities.
Some creative ways to rescue culture are emerging, including from heritage protection organizations that until now haven't played a big role in figuring out solutions to climate-related threats.
The space capsule carrying two taikonauts successfully landed in northern inner Mongolia on Friday, after 30 days in low Earth orbit docked at China's Tiangong 2 space station.
Top government officials such as Homeland Security chief Jeh Johnson are urging device makers to secure everyday objects that connect to the internet.
As teachers set about untangling the violent programming Islamic State militants had imposed on the children, one student's comments echo an unquenchable spirit of humanity among everyday Iraqis.
A major demonstration is slated to occur on Saturday in the Southeast Asian nation, whose prime minister is accused of financial scandals.
After more than 50,000 votes and an expert debate, the Royal Canadian Geographic Society has chosen a nominee for national bird, in honor of Canada's 150th birthday.
Rodney O’Neill is carrying on a 40-plus-year tradition in Olympia, Wash., that was started by his mother. He, and more than 600 volunteers, also serve meals at Christmas and Easter.
A group of right-wing protesters stormed Brazil's Congress yesterday, calling for a return to military dictatorship. Support for democracy is on the decline, but authoritarianism may not address many of protesters' issues.