Thousands of Saudi women are petitioning to end laws requiring that a male guardian grant permission for them to marry, travel, or work, reflecting new momentum for an ongoing movement.
At the first presidential debate Monday, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton blamed Russia for hacking the Democratic National Committee, while Donald Trump refused to point the finger at Moscow.
Since the EPA's announcement last year, the VW diesel scandal has expanded in ways perhaps inconceivable that first day, and it continues to ricochet around both Volkswagen and the auto industry.
'Green water,' or water absorbed by soil and plants and then released back into the air, makes up 61.1 percent of all precipitation, and it's underutilized.
A roundup of global commentary for the Sept. 26, 2016 weekly magazine.
The UN’s endangered species body, CITES, hopes its members will not to support stronger elephant protections, which several African countries have called for. It says these protections could actually boost the ivory trade.
Jason Kander, a Missouri senate hopeful, released a video that has nearly a million views of himself assembling a rifle blindfolded while explaining his support for background checks.
Many people cite avoiding estate tax as a top priority in their financial plan. But in reality, very few people accumulate enough wealth to make it an issue.