Aid workers and opposition members express serious doubts about the so-called corridors, and the intentions behind it.
Indonesia's government says the country is experiencing a 'drugs emergency.' Others say domestic political questions are at work.
Drawing on 15 years of observations, two researchers find that test scores improved significantly and that students exhibited a variety of other skills when they used laptops.
In the first revision in decades of its global codebook of diseases, the World Health Organization is considering reclassifying transgender identity.
As US-South Korea war games approach and after America placed Kim Jong Un on list of sanctioned individuals, North Korea ramps up its rhetoric.
The German chancellor said recent attacks on civilians by asylum-seekers were a 'slap in the face' of the hundreds of thousands of refugees seeking shelter from war-torn regions.
Designating the machinery underpinning our democracy – such as voting booths – as critical infrastructure would trigger protections for voting and better safeguard it from meddling hackers.
The Democratic National Committee email leak bears the hallmarks of an information warfare operation – the sort of security challenge in cyberspace that our nation is still inadequately prepared to prevent.
The visit on Friday was a private and somber one for the Argentine Pope.
In honor of Finland's 100th anniversary of independence from Russia, neighboring Norway is considering gifting it with the Halti peak, making it Finland's highest point.
The former governor and 1988 Democratic presidential nominee says it makes his day when somebody says, ‘Now you got me doin’ it.’
The Labour Party leader can proceed in a contest with rival Owen Smith after a judge affirmed a party ruling that Mr. Corbyn could be on the ballot.