Some 1.3 billion people worldwide lack access to electricity. An innovative solar company is using microgrids and smart meters to deliver power to villages deep in the African bush.
A German report found evidence of Germany spying on the FBI and other US organizations. What's next for Merkel and Obama?
A loophole of Norwegian and Russian regulation has Syrian refugees pedaling across the border.
The meeting between China and Taiwan was a seemingly progressive step between the two countries. But how much progress actually came out of it?
Poland is finally ready to start digging out a rumored 'Nazi gold train,' rumored to hold billions of dollars worth of gold and jewels.
A dense wave of smog developed in Northeast China this weekend, disrupting air travel and forcing people to stay indoors. Authorities have warned it could linger until Saturday.
Chad Bernstein says involving students in an after-school music program hones their problem-solving skills and creative abilities – and keeps them in school.
Israel says the labels are 'discriminatory' and could imperil peace talks with Palestinians. European officials say new label is a technical change after Britain, Belgium, and Denmark began labeling settlement-produced products.
A transportation service that serves four districts in California is testing iris scanners to ensure students aren't accidentally left on a bus, but the trial raises privacy concerns for some experts.
The country’s third largest cable company will pay nearly $600,000 to settle the FCC’s investigation into a data breach. It’s the latest sign that telecoms must get serious or face the penalties.
If we are failing to recruit women, we are failing to recruit people who could contribute to this field and help narrow the staffing gap – which is critical to stopping the onslaught of breaches.
Russia is accused of a state-sponsored doping of its athletes in a new report. Could Russia be banned from the 2016 Olympics?